A 68 year-old-man presented some twelve hours after a presumed Tiger Snake bite with coagulopathy, paralysis ann muscle necrosis. He suffered multi-system failure requiring prolonged ventilation, haemodialysis and supportive care, to be discharged after 26 days. Delays to antivenom therapy after tiger snake envenomation cart result in significant morbidity. Australian snakes are the most venomous in the world.
|Journal||Anaesthesia and Intensive Care|
|Publication status||Published - 1998|