A randomized blinded clinical trial of two antivenoms, prepared by caprylic acid or ammonium sulphate fractionation of IgG, in Bothrops and Porthidium snake bites in Colombia: correlation between safety and biochemical characteristics of antivenoms

 

Authors
Otero Patiño, Rafael; Gutiérrez, José María; Rojas Céspedes, Gustavo; Núñez Rangel, Vitelbina; Díaz, Abel; Miranda, E.; Uribe, A. F.; Silva, Juan F.; Ospina, J. G.; Medina, Y.; Toro, María Fabiola; García, Martha E.; León Montero, Guillermo; García, M.; Lizano González, Sergio; De La Torre, J.; Márquez, J.; Mena, Y.; González, N.; Arenas, L. C.; Puzón, A.; Blanco, N.; Sierra, A.; Espinal, M. E.; Arboleda, Margarita; Jiménez, J. C.; Ramírez, P.; Díaz, M.; Guzmán, M. C.; Barros, J.; Henao, S.; Ramírez, A.; Macea, U.; Lozano, R.
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Article
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Publication Year
1999
Language
Topic
Adolescent
Adult
Aged
Ammonium Sulfate
Animals
Antivenins
Bothrops
Caprylates
Chemical Fractionation
Child
Colombia
Crotalid Venoms
Double-Blind Method
Horses
Humans
Immunoglobulin G
Infant
Middle Aged
Safety
Snake Bites
Treatment Outcome
Snake venom
Fuente
Kérwá
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http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0041010198002207
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/29452
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