What to do if you are bitten by a snake every year, approximately 2 million people suffer from snake bites. That is why each of us should know, distinguish between snake bites, be able to correctly warn them, and also provide first aid to the victim.
If after a snake bite you have 2 strips of small and thin scratches left on your body, then the snake is not poisonous. If the bite is the same trace, and at the end of both strips there was a puncture from the fangs, then you were bitten by a poisonous snake. Often the victim complains of poor vision, dizziness, drowsiness, increased sweating and nausea, swelling, pain and redness in the area of the wound. Continue reading
First aid when bitten by spiders it is known that the venom of a large number of arachnids is dangerous for humans. The following species can be classified as representatives of particularly dangerous ones:
Scorpions. These representatives of the arachnid species are found almost everywhere, but not all of their species can be classified as dangerous. Most often it happens that a Scorpion can sting you if you somehow disturb it. There are many known cases when a Scorpion climbed into a sleeping bag and attacked a person who turned around in his sleep and pressed him.
If you are bitten by a Scorpion, you will feel pain all over your body. Continue reading