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Ahh! I love snakes! He looks so friendly!
Don't come near me! I'm a venomous snake, I will bite you!
I just want to pet and play with you, come here!
You are acting as a threat to me back away!
Meanwhile at the laboratory...
Antivenom is a medicine that is given to stop snake venom (or other venoms) from binding to tissues and causing serious blood, tissue, or nervous system problems (WebMD, 2015).
To create anti-venom i need to milk the snake to get the venom out
Once i've finished milking the snakes venom, it must be cooled to -20°C. I then inject the venom into a horse, this is important because the horses immune system will create antibodies that fight off the harmful venom. We can use those antibodies from the horse by extracting them, and use it on humans.
AHHHH! Why would you bite me??
The reason we need to take you to the hospital is because the venom may cause some major health issues, such as paralysis, or other acute symptoms.
Don't worry sir, we have some anti-venom here that will help stop the venom from spreading though out your body, but you still need to go to a hospital.
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