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Current Management of Copperhead Snakebites in Missouri.
Mo Med. 2019 May-Jun; 116(3):201-205.MM

Abstract

The past two decades have seen changes to the management of copperhead snakebites. We review the current use of antivenom, analgesics, and laboratory testing as well as the declining role of surgical management.

Authors+Show Affiliations

Kevin T. Baumgartner, MD, is a senior resident in emergency medicine and will begin a fellowship in medical toxicology in July 2019. Steven J. Fishburn, MD, MSCR, is a fellow in medical toxicology and a specialist in occupational medicine. Michael E. Mullins MD, FACEP, FAACT, is an associate professor in emergency medicine at Washington university school of Medicine in St. Louis. He serves as an attending emergency physician at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and a medical toxicology consultant at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Saint Louis Children's Hospital.Kevin T. Baumgartner, MD, is a senior resident in emergency medicine and will begin a fellowship in medical toxicology in July 2019. Steven J. Fishburn, MD, MSCR, is a fellow in medical toxicology and a specialist in occupational medicine. Michael E. Mullins MD, FACEP, FAACT, is an associate professor in emergency medicine at Washington university school of Medicine in St. Louis. He serves as an attending emergency physician at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and a medical toxicology consultant at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Saint Louis Children's Hospital.Kevin T. Baumgartner, MD, is a senior resident in emergency medicine and will begin a fellowship in medical toxicology in July 2019. Steven J. Fishburn, MD, MSCR, is a fellow in medical toxicology and a specialist in occupational medicine. Michael E. Mullins MD, FACEP, FAACT, is an associate professor in emergency medicine at Washington university school of Medicine in St. Louis. He serves as an attending emergency physician at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and a medical toxicology consultant at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Saint Louis Children's Hospital.

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Historical Article
Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

31527942

Citation

Baumgartner, Kevin T., et al. "Current Management of Copperhead Snakebites in Missouri." Missouri Medicine, vol. 116, no. 3, 2019, pp. 201-205.
Baumgartner KT, Fishburn SJ, Mullins ME. Current Management of Copperhead Snakebites in Missouri. Mo Med. 2019;116(3):201-205.
Baumgartner, K. T., Fishburn, S. J., & Mullins, M. E. (2019). Current Management of Copperhead Snakebites in Missouri. Missouri Medicine, 116(3), 201-205.
Baumgartner KT, Fishburn SJ, Mullins ME. Current Management of Copperhead Snakebites in Missouri. Mo Med. 2019 May-Jun;116(3):201-205. PubMed PMID: 31527942.
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TY - JOUR T1 - Current Management of Copperhead Snakebites in Missouri. AU - Baumgartner,Kevin T, AU - Fishburn,Steven J, AU - Mullins,Michael E, PY - 2019/9/19/entrez PY - 2019/9/19/pubmed PY - 2019/9/19/medline SP - 201 EP - 205 JF - Missouri medicine JO - Mo Med VL - 116 IS - 3 N2 - The past two decades have seen changes to the management of copperhead snakebites. We review the current use of antivenom, analgesics, and laboratory testing as well as the declining role of surgical management. SN - 0026-6620 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/31527942/Current_Management_of_Copperhead_Snakebites_in_Missouri DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -