2008
DOI: 10.1590/s1678-91992008000300008
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Evaluation of the neutralizing capacity of Androctonus crassicauda (Olivier, 1807) antivenom against Leiurus quinquestriatus (Ehrenberg, 1928) venom (Scorpiones: Buthidae)

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“…These authors reported other spontaneous responses in rats, such as flinching, licking and lifting the injected paws following their envenomation [23]. Jiang et al [24] identified the molecular mechanisms underlying the pain-related behaviors in rats induced by the Table 1. Frequency distribution of the behaviors and clinical manifestations found in the albino rats following the injection of black scorpion venom scorpion Buthus martensi venom.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…These authors reported other spontaneous responses in rats, such as flinching, licking and lifting the injected paws following their envenomation [23]. Jiang et al [24] identified the molecular mechanisms underlying the pain-related behaviors in rats induced by the Table 1. Frequency distribution of the behaviors and clinical manifestations found in the albino rats following the injection of black scorpion venom scorpion Buthus martensi venom.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Frequency distribution of the behaviors and clinical manifestations found in the albino rats following the injection of black scorpion venom scorpion Buthus martensi venom. They attributed the painrelated behaviors in rats to the activation of spinal astrocytes and microglia [24].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…6,9,10 The study in the murine model suggest that an equine antivenom against A. crassicauda may be effective at least against L. quinquestriatus , a closely related congener of L. abdullahbayrami . 11 Scorpion antivenom should be administered as soon as possible in patients with systemic findings. Scorpion antivenom sometimes appears to be applied to the intramuscular or sting site as a misapplication, but in this case, an inadequate response to the scorpion venom can be emerged.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The best result occurs when antivenom is administered as early as possible especially at Grade III and IV. There are many arguments about whether specific or polyvalent antivenom is the best approach [7,8]. Because the clinical manifestations and severity of the symptoms vary among patients, individualized management of scorpion stings is the best approach.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%