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Spectacled Cobra
  • Average length 100 cm,
  • Scales smooth, glossy.
  • Head broad
  • Color, pattern and hood mark variable. Hoodmark sometimes absent.
  • Shades of Brown, Yellow, gray or black
  • Dark or Black patternless spectacled Cobras are frequently mistaken for the Central Asian Cobra.
  • Inject 200-350 mg. venom/bite
  • Lethal dose of venom is 10-20 mg.
  • Poisonous effect can start from 5 min. to 2 hours.
  • Mostly it bites at day time early morning & at evening time on routine work
  • Bites at extremities mostly
  • Incidences of bites throughout the year but more at pre monsoon & during monsoon.
  • Active by day and night. This is one of India’s commonest snales.
  • Seen in fields, near streams, rock piles, trees, granaries and grain shops.
  • Often lives in rat holes or termite mounds.
  • Feeds on rodents, toads, frogs, birds and snakes.
  • Lays 12030 eggs between march – July.
  • Females stay with eggs till they hatchout 60 days
  • Fat and alert. Generally shy. If alarmed, may raised forebody and spread hood. If further disturbed, will hiss and strike forcefully.
  • One of india’s Big four medically important snakes
  • Though responsible for many bites, only small percentage is fatal.
  • Swelling at bite mark
  • Bleeding at bite site,
  • Severe pain at bite site,
  • Vomiting & ghabharaman,
  • Drooping of eyelids,
  • Slurred speech,
  • Difficulty in swallowing,
  • Hypotension & bradycardia,
  • Hypoxic crisis,
  • Respiratory arrest,
  • Cardiac arrest,
  • May be no sign symptom (No need of inj. ASVS) Death.
  • Laboratory : CBC, Sugar, Urea, S. Creatinine
  • X-ray Chest to rule out other disorders,ECG
  • Bite site require :
  • I & D,
  • Debridement Scooping,
  • Skin grafting.
Treatment Protocol of Snakebite Patient
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  Dr. D. C. Patel M. S. (Gen. Surg.)

Wide Experience in treating Snake bite patients since last 18 years, with having very less mortality. In year 2004, 449 patients were treated & NOT A SINGLE DEATH WHILE TREATMENT.
(0% Mortality) .

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