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Reversal of experimental paralysis in a human by intranasal neostigmine aerosol suggests a novel approach to the early treatment of neurotoxic envenomation.

  • Author(s): Bickler, Philip
  • Feiner, John
  • Lewin, MR
  • Heier, T
  • Montauk, L
  • Mensh, B
  • et al.

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http://europepmc.org/articles/PMC4184533?pdf=render
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Abstract

KEY CLINICAL MESSAGE: Neurotoxic snake envenomation can result in respiratory failure and death. Early treatment is considered important to survival. Inexpensive, heat-stable, needle-free, antiparalytics could facilitate early treatment of snakebite and sa

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