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Even with as many as 9,000 venomous snakebites reported to U.S. poison control centers each year, not every emergency nurse has experience with treating these injuries caused by the 20 different varieties of snakes. To help fill this knowledge gap, the Emergency Nurses Association, in partnership with Miller Medical Communications, released a free, one-hour “Venomous Snakebites: A Guide for Emergency Nurses” webinar to provide ED nurses with the fundamentals to identify different types of bites and the right course of treatment for them.
Made possible by a grant from BTG International, the webinar focuses on the epidemiology and clinical course of snake envenomation; elements of clinical and laboratory assessment of patients with snake envenomation; and the efficacy and recommended treatment regimen available for snakebite antivenin therapies.