Scorpion sting syndrome: epidemiology, clinical presentation and management of 2240 cases
AbstractAll cases of scorpion stings  that attended all primary health care centres and hospitals in Hail region, Saudi Arabia, from 1 June 1994 to 31 August 1995 were recorded and analysed. The incidence of scorpion stings and treatment by antivenom were studied. A total incidence of 1.87% was found for the 15-month period. The severity of symptoms and signs were marked among infants. Guidelines for the management of scorpion stings are suggested and the importance of local treatment of stings affecting infants and preschool children is emphasized
Mahaba, H.M.A. (1997). Scorpion sting syndrome: epidemiology, clinical presentation and management of 2240 cases. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/117140
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 3 (1), 82-89, 1997
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