Strike Back Broadcasts: Snakebite Management Webinars

Expert insight into acting fast in the event of envenomation

View live and recorded webinars given by envenomation experts about topics such as best practices for envenomation management, preparation tactics, and complex envenomation scenarios.

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Crotaline Snakebite Management: Snake Venom Composition and Differential Clinical Effects

July 24, 2018
Stephen Mackessy, PhD
Professor of Biology
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, Colorado

Crotaline Snakebite Management: Venom Institutional Preparedness and Emergency Response

May 16, 2018
Jennifer Carr, BSN, RN, CPEN
Trauma Program Director
HCA Corpus Christi Medical Center
Corpus Christi, TX

Crotaline Snakebite Management:
North American Copperhead Envenomation: Clinical Experience, Cases, and Management

March 7, 2018
Benjamin T. German, MD FACEP
Wake Emergency Physicians
Raleigh, NC

Crotaline Snakebite Management: New Research in Envenomations: 2017 in Review

December 6, 2017
Eric J. Lavonas, MD, FACEP, FACMT
Interim Director of Emergency Medicine
Medical Toxicologist, Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center
Denver Health, Denver, CO

Crotaline Snakebite Management: Anaphylaxis and Crotaline Envenomation - Are You Prepared?

October 4, 2017
Nicklaus Brandehoff, MD
Emergency Physician, Denver Health
Toxicology Fellow, Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center

Crotaline Snakebite Management: Clinical Implications of a New Clinical Trial

July 27, 2017
Charles J. Gerardo, MD, MHS
Chief, Division of Emergency Medicine
Duke University Hospital

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Did You Know?

Since 1999, the number of pit viper bites reported to poison control centers have increased 243%.1

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1. Spiller HA, Bosse GM, Ryan ML. Use of antivenom for snakebites reported to United States poison centers. Am J Emerg Med. 2010;28(7):780-785.