envenomation


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envenomation

[in‚ven·ə′mā·shən]
(materials)
The process by which the surface of a plastic close to or in contact with another surface is deteriorated.

envenomation

The process by which deterioration occurs in the surface of a plastic close to or in contact with another surface; softening, discoloration, mottling, crazing, or similar effects may result
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After 5 h, there was a significant improvement compared to 1 h after snake envenomation and continued to recover until 24 h.
1] Snake envenomation is a medical emergency with mortality of up to 10%.
In this study, the MBT venom produced typical envenomation syndrome characterized by increased autonomic activity, alteration in cardiopulmonary parameters, and production of pulmonary edema.
Over a 12-year period, four of the 14 cases of berg adder envenomation dealt with by the TPIC have been from the Betty's Bay region.
Blood and plasma transfusions are also sometimes needed in severe envenomation.
5 ml of tetanus toxoid intramuscularly and were kept for observation for evolving of features of envenomation.
If you get stung by a scorpion you will probably experience a tingling or burning pain at the site of envenomation.
Effects of Bothrops asper snake venom on lymphatic vessels: insights in to a hidden aspect of envenomation.
Leukocyotsis was observed after a transient leucopenia at 1 hour post envenomation.
Owners sometimes directly witness a snakebite to their cat, but even when they don't, the signs of envenomation (poisoning) should be well recognized by an experienced veterinarian.