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Buy Bitis Arietans Venom, also known as puff adder venom. Males have a short tail, while females have a very short tail. The snake is large in length, thick, extremely stout, and heavy in the body.

Bitis Arietans Venom can be purchased online. Males have a short tail, while females have a very short tail. The snake is large in length, thick, extremely stout, and heavy in the body. Can reach a maximum height of approximately 1.91 metres ( with a girth of 38 cm ). Saudi Arabian specimens are much smaller, rarely growing larger than 0.80 metres in length. Unusually, the largest specimens are found in semi-desert and dry savanna environments, which is unusual for this species. The broad, flattened, lanceolate head is clearly distinguished from the narrow neck. Small, keeled, imbricate scales cover the surface of the head. The canthus is distinct, and the snout is short. The nostrils of the African viper are large and pointed more directly upward than those of any other African viper. The pupils of the eyes are vertically elliptical in shape and are of medium size. The dorsal scales are heavily keeled, and the apical pits are numerous ( outer scale row is smooth or feebly keeled ).
The plant is extremely adaptable to a wide range of habitats (including savanna, scrub, and semi-desert). Only true desert, tropical rainforest, and extremely high montane grassland and peaks are devoid of this element.
The snake that lives on the ground, is primarily nocturnal and is extremely slow. Entrance at dusk and continued concealment (effective camouflage) until ready to ambush prey in the morning. When disturbed, it will inflate its body with air and exhale in loud hisses or puffs (hence its common name), and it will adopt a striking posture with the anterior body held taut in an S shape (hence its common name). Although it is moving backwards into cover, it is doing so at the same time. If cornered or provoked, it will strike with great force and rapidity. Although it frequently swims, it moves on land in a caterpillar-like manner, leaving a straight track in sand or loose soil.
This snake preys on a wide variety of prey, including hares, hedgehogs, grasshoppers, and cockroaches, but it prefers rodents, small mammals, lizards, and birds. It also preys on other snakes, which it does occasionally. An opportunistic feeder, as the name suggests. Toads and frogs are the primary sources of nutrition for the young.

After being bitten by a Puff Adder (whether it was real or suspect), immediately begin administering first aid according to the following protocol:


  1. Check to see that the snake or snakes responsible for the bite have been properly and safely contained and are no longer in danger of inflicting additional bites on the victim.


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  1. Maintaining the victim’s calm and confidence is essential. Allow him or her to lie flat on the floor and avoid moving as much as possible. Allow the bitten limb to come to rest at a level lower than the victim’s heart, if at all possible.
  2. Starting at the site of the bite and working your way up the leg, wrap an extra-large crepe bandage snugly around the bitten extremity to protect it from infection (the full length if possible). The bandage should be as tight as it would be if it were being use to bind an ankle sprain.
  3. Secure the splint to the bandaged limb in order to keep the limb as rigid and unmoving as possible during the healing process. It is important to avoid excessive bending or movement of the limb while applying the splint.
  4. It is not necessary to remove the splint or bandages until the victim has been transport to a hospital and is receiving antivenom treatment.
  5. Prepare the polyvalent antivenom from the SAIMR (South African Institute for Medical Research) in advance of the Life flight crew’s arrival to transport the victim to the hospital.
First Aid
Description: First aid for snake bites that are likely to cause significant local injury at the bite site, such as those caused by Viperid snakes And also.


1. After ensuring that the patient and any onlookers have move out of the snake’s range of attack, the bitten person should be reassure and persuade to lie down and remain motionless.

2. No tampering with the bite wound should be done under any circumstances. Using a damp cloth to remove surface venom is unlikely to cause much harm (or benefit), but massaging the wound is not recommended.

3. In the event of oedema developing on the bitten limb, all rings and other jewelry, particularly on the fingers, should be removed because they may act as tourniquets.

4. In order to immobilize the bitten limb as effectively as possible, a homemade splint or sling should be use; if available, crepe bandaging of the splinted limb is an effective form of immobilization. It is essential to support vital functions as a matter of first priority if there is any impairment of vital functions, such as problems with respiration, airway, circulation, or heart function.

5. Bite victims who suffer from flaccid paralysis, including respiratory paralysis, may experience breathing difficulties, necessitating immediate and prolonged treatment, which may include the use of the mouth to mask technique (mouth to mouth), which transfers expired air from one person to another. Seek medical attention as soon as possible.

6. Avoid the use of tourniquets, cutting, sucking, or scarifying the wound, as well as the application of chemicals or electric shock.

7. Avoid ingesting anything orally, and avoid drinking alcohol at all costs. There will be no sedatives outside of the hospital. Bitis Arietans Venom can be purchase online.

8. If the offending snake has been killed, it should be brought with the patient to be identify (this is only relevant in areas where there are more than one naturally occurring venomous snake species), but it is important to avoid touching the patient’s head because even a dead snake can envenom them.

No attempt should be made to pursue the snake into the undergrowth, as this will increase the likelihood of receiving additional bites.
Nine. The victim of a snakebite should be transport as quickly and passively as possible to the nearest location where they can be seen by a medically train person (health station, dispensary, clinic or hospital).


Treatment Summary

Puff adder bites are likely to result in severe local and systemic envenomation very quickly, necessitating immediate evaluation and treatment. It is possible to experience fluid shifts and shocks. It is necessary to increase the fluid load immediately, provide good wound care, and administer antivenom. While compartment syndrome is possible. It must first be confirm by pressure measurement before fasciotomy can be consider a treatment option. Any surgical intervention should be avoid while venom hemorrhagic encephalopathies are present.

Key Diagnostic Features
Local swelling, blistering, necrosis + coagulopathy, bleeding
General Approach to Management
All cases should be treate as if they were life-threatening and should be treat as such. Begin treatment as soon as possible, including administering appropriate antivenom (if indicated and available). Accept all of the cases And also.
Antivenom Therapy
The most important treatment for systemic envenoming is antivenom. It is possible that multiple doses will be require. And also


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