Crotalus Cascavella


Crotalus Cascavella

Snakes are reptiles, all of whom are limbless, scaled predators with a carnivorous diet. Some snakes are poisonous, and nearly all of our snake medicines come from the venomous group. This includes well-known medicines such as Lachesis, the bushmaster, Crotalus horridus and cascavella, the rattlesnakes, Elaps, the coral snake, and Naja the cobra.

Snake venoms are complex mixtures of polypeptides and organics with the ability to paralyze, kill and digest any prey organism. The venom composition is diverse, differing between species (inter-specific venom variations) and individuals (intra-specific venom variations). Hereditary and epigenetic factors (e.g., geographical distribution, diet, snake maturity) contribute to the venom variability. Based on the victim's symptoms of snakebite, snake venom can basically be classified as neurotoxic or hemorrhagic.

Related Crotalus Cascavella Symptoms

Goitre, constriction. Throat. Feeling of dust in throat; of lump.
Burning; constriction; formication. Constrictive pain as if a string were tied round thyroid body.
Pain in œsophagus extending to abdomen. Swallowing difficult.
Lancinating pains are frequent, and are < by cold washings

Great desire for snow
, without wanting either water or wine. Feeling of coldness in stomach after eating.
Sensation of an opening in stomach through which air passes.
Each mouthful of food falls suddenly into stomach, like a stone
, with pain felt even in the back.
Epigastrium sensitive, cannot bear clothing
.
Violent lancinations in uterus when washing with cold water; terrible lancinations if the water is warm, with weight in uterus.
Lancinations like knife-stabs in uterus and anus, esp. when washing with cold water.
Intermitting metrorrhagia (vermilion-coloured).
Palpitation if any one stands at her r. side. Faintness > in open air. Sensation as if r. hip, from hip to heel, were shortened; this sensation, though illusory, causes him to limp.
General coldness, not relieved by energy. Feet icy cold. Smell, like that of the snake; as of a hospital. Itching of tongue. 

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