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Randob's year-old Fire-Out, targeted for fire ant stings and bites, comes in a roll-on applicator to cover the sting "zone" of the body.
Sting-Kill is pharmacists' top-rated bee sting treatment and the No.
The data including: age, sex, season and month of stings, location of event (urban or rural), location and time of the sting, the stung organ and scorpion species were collected and recorded in the official forms and transformed into the tables and graphs for presentation.
0 Table 2: Clinical presentation of case with scorpion stings Sign and symptom Number (n = 210) Percentage Pain 194 92.
Smith's study has revealed that the more delicate parts of the body do not react as badly to bee stings compared to areas where one might expect the skin to be thicker and less sensitive.
It turns out the more delicate parts of the body do not react as badly to bee stings compared to areas where you might expect the skin to be thicker and less sensitive.
S corpionism or being stung by scorpions is a major health problem in the tropics and sub- tropics including southern half of Iran (Khuzestan, Sistan-and-Baluchestan, Hormozgan and Kerman) with 75% annual mortalities of scorpion sting in Iran; however, the most of mortalities and cases of scorpion stings have occurred in Khuzestan (Azhang and Moghisi, 2006; Pipelzadeh et al.
Wasp and bee stings rarely require hospital treatment.
JELLYFISH STINGS Their venom is contained in stinging cells that stick to the skin.
A sting from a jellyfish can be extremely painful, but trying to treat it with urine isn't going to make your day any better," said Joe Mulligan, the British Red Cross's head of first aid.
Conclusion: It is concluded that the scorpionism in Kashan is similar to the other areas from the epidemiological cases including: distribution rate of ages, sex and site of stings.