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Risk factors of snake envenomation associated complications presenting to two EDS in Oman

      Background: Oman, which is a country that has wide geographic distribution, is home to more than 22 different species of snakes with vipers being the most common venomous snakes. Snakebites are common encounters in the emergency department, with the clinical presentation ranging from mild to severe envenomation. Patients demonstrating severe signs of envenomation are treated with polyvalent horse serum antivenom from Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (AntiSnakeVenom).
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