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Snakebite Management in India - Ian D. Simpson
Guidance for the primary healthcare doctor in identification of medically significant snakes, treatment, referral criteria and equipment necessary to successfully manage snakebite in a primary care environment.

Snakes of Medical Importance in India

A recent discovery that another species, the hump-nosed pit viper (Hypnale hypnale), is
capable of causing lethal envenomation, and that this problem
was being concealed by systematic misidentification of this species as the
saw-scaled viper, has necessitated a review of the concept of the



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