Don't do these mistakes on snake bite: Kalinga Express



There are 13 species of toxic snakes in India. Four of these are extremely poisonous snake cobras, Russell Wiper, Scaled vipers and Kerat. Most of the deaths are caused by snake or wheat and wheat bite. There are three types of snake venom. These include hematoxic, neurotoxic and myotoxic. These precautions kept on snake bites.



First mistake: - After the snake bite do not mark the incision in the affected area. Snake poison spreads through the blood through the bloodstream and spreads in the body through double blood. Leaves the effect on the brain. May be dead only in a short time.



Second mistake: - Do not move on the part of the body that snake has cut. Do not let the patient walk. Rash in the muscles increases the toxicity of poisoning.



Third mistake: - Do not bother about the snake on the part of the body that is cut, or around it. By doing this, blood pressure can increase and fear of bursting of nerves that remains bleeding remains high.



Fourth Mistake: - Never bend the patient after snake bite. This can affect blood circulation. Directly take the patient to the hospital for treatment. Like a patient is stretched on the stretcher.


Fifth mistake: - Do not give aspirin or any painkillers at all. It makes it difficult to predict the actual condition of the patient. The pain of the patient can increase.
Don't do these mistakes on snake bite: Kalinga Express Don't do these mistakes on snake bite: Kalinga Express Reviewed by Kalinga Express on December 24, 2017 Rating: 5

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