Instructions for Venomous Snakebite in Thailand and Surrounding Countries for King Cobra, Krait, Coral Snakes, and Keelback Bites
Video – How to Wrap Elapid Bites (King cobra, spitting cobras, monocled cobra, kraits, coral snakes, and red-necked keelback)
Information taken from “Is That Snake In Your House Dangerous? Identify Dangerous Thailand Snakes in Under 5 Minutes.”
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2 thoughts on “First Aid Instructions for King Cobra, Krait, Coral Snake, and Keelback Snakebite”
Why do you wrap starting from outer extremities and work inwards? Shouldn’t it be the other way around—i.e. wrap outwards from the inside—to prevent venom from going to the torso?
I just write what the experts say Jay. You can write them if you like. Here’s their website: http://www.toxinology.com.