Snakebites physical examination

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Physical Examination

Vital Signs

Temperature

Pulse

Rate
Strength
  • The pulse may be weak

Blood Pressure

Skin

  • Skin color changes may be present

Eyes

Extremities

Neurologic

  • Mental status may be altered

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