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Monday, January 24, 2011

Symptoms of a Snakebite

Pulling out a science week, I'm providing you with something a little more practical. This info-graphic on the symptoms of a snakebite may just save your life if you and your friend are out in the wilderness.

I have to apologize that I haven't been commenting on any of your blogs the last day or two. I've been with my girlfriend over the weekend and that takes priority of course. However, tonight I'm back in full action.

29 comments:

  1. Very informative. I should print this out and take it with me the next time I decide to venture outside somewhere without pavement and concrete.

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  2. Great info, may come in handy ;-)

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  3. This info will be useful whenever I go into the wild :D

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  4. Thanks for the info. Good post.

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  5. Snakebite treatment advice used to insist that someone suck the venom out of the wound.

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  6. useful info, although hopefully I won't ever have to use it :P

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  7. Followed. Feel free to delete this.

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  8. Well now i know, cheers dude. Lucky for me there is only one venomous snake in this country

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  9. Much like Indiana Jones, I hate snakes.

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  10. I hope I never actually need to know this.

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  11. I hate snakes. But new advise is to not suck the venom out. Wrap something thick above the wound, tight but not tight and constricting like a tourniquet to slow the blood flow and get to the hospital.

    Sincerely,
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  12. fascinating info man

    your friend,
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  13. I bet that guy from kill bill 2 read this

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  14. Cool useful post... luckily here we only have one variety of poisonous snake but it's always best to be prepared

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  15. Cool blog man, I'm following and supporting you also =)

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  16. Thanks! I was planning on getting bitten by a snake!

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  17. Good information, I hope never to get bitten by a snake mind!

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  18. Quality info! I hope I never need it :) I mean I don't want to get bitten by a snake for sure! :)

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  19. hmm this is why I never leave the house

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  21. important for treking..

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  22. I only have adders where I live, but the information is interesting nonetheless. Diarrhoea, convulsions and vomiting - sounds messy :P

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