SnakeBite911 ER Mobile App

Download the snakebite911 er mobile app to become a pit viper venom fighter

Snakebite911 ER

for US emergency room
healthcare professionals


SnakeBite911 ER Key Features

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Unified treatment algorithm

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CroFab® Important Safety Information

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CroFab® full Prescribing Information

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Timers to remind of the next step

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Hospital locator

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Quick dial to the Poison Control Center

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Further information about CroFab®

The SnakeBite911 ER Mobile App allows you to:

Familiarize yourself with crofab®

The SnakeBite911 ER mobile app is a guide for HCPs who prescribe CroFab® for the management of patients with North American crotalid envenomation by venomous pit vipers, including copperheads, cottonmouths, and rattlesnakes.

Get quick access to CroFab®-related information

Immediate access to the unified treatment algorithm, Important Safety Information, and full Prescribing Information is available at the tip of your fingers.

Utilize helpful features and tap into expert advice for managing pit viper bites

Easily search for nearby hospitals that may stock CroFab®, quick dial Poison Control to get expert advice, and set timers for key events related to snakebite management.

Explore the entire SnakeBite911 suite of apps

SnakeBite911 Public

  • SnakeBite911: For the general public—an essential complement to any outdoor first aid kit
  • SnakeBite911 FR: For First Responders—to help Emergency First Aiders act quickly, and with confidence in a snakebite emergency

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Did You Know?

According to the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation at the University of Florida, approximately 8,000 venomous snakebites occur each year in the United States.1

View our interactive map to make sure you're fully aware of what snakes are in your area.

1. Frequently Asked Questions. Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation website. Accessed May 23, 2018.