Sea Snake Bite

Sea Snake Bite Treatment Advice

Sea snake venom typically consists of neurotoxins which often develop common symptoms within three hours of being bitten.

Sea snakes are found in the Indian and Pacific Oceans, in the Persian Gulf, throughout Asia and extending from Africa to America, from Siberia to Tasmania.

Another section contains fun facts and information about sea snakes, including their diet, where they live, and which ones are venomous.

Sea Snake Bite Symptoms

Sea Snake Bite Treatment

Special Considerations for Sea Snake Bites

The pressure bandage should not occlude the circulation (the fingers/toes beyond the bandage should remain pink and with normal sensation). The bandage should be left in place until proper medical support is available.

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