Famous YouTube Snake Rescuer Murliwale Hausla from Jaunpur district of Uttar Pradesh, India. Rescuing animals especially snakes since 2010.
In his recent video published on his youtube channel shows that an Indian skeptical cobra which was of a very big size, bite Murliwale Hausla during the rescue. (कोबरा सांप पकड़ते समय काट लिया, हालत गंभीर)
Murliwale Hausla was really doing great work for the Indian Society, as in many of his videos he has explained the value of snakes and other animals. Snakes and other animals are very important to save our nature and human mankind.
Murliwale Hausla snake bite was a really uncertain incident that took place, it shows that every day of human life is dangerous as the saying of Mr. Hausla itself “Khatra Hobhi Sakta hai Aur Nai Bhi”.
There are many incidents that happened in past, Murliwale Hausla was not the only case where a snake bite to Snake Rescuing team, Mr. Hausla treatment is going on and one antivenom to treat Murliwale Hausla.
We wish that Murliwale Hausla recovers and gets well soon and comes back again to rescuing animals.
Other Cases of Snake Bite To Snake Rescuing Team
A 46-year-old man rescued from a human habitat is fighting for his life after he was bitten by a viper while trying to save him on Thursday. An experienced snake catcher from Queensland had to live with a highly venomous snake that bit him on the call. The 1.60-meter king cobra was rescued from the hut of a farmworker in Bonacaud, Thiruvananthapuram, on January 29.
The project now delivers venom to produce life – saving the antivenom for people bitten by venomous snakes. The anti-venom, which is used as an antidote to Australian venomous snake bites, is administered through an all-in-one treatment (FAV – Afrique). Previously, MSF used FAF – Afrique’s all in one antivenom to treat people who had been poisoned in South Africa, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East.
The poisonous species can be divided into two groups: the cottonmouth, also known as the moccasin, and the green snake. The eggs remain in the body until they hatch, but the young can live in a warm, dry environment for up to two years. Smooth green snakes lay their eggs in well-drained, protected areas that receive enough heat from the outside to hatch.
If you plan to keep your dog on a leash in an area where venomous snakes are found, you should sign up for snakebite prevention training. If a snake invades or harasses a public place, the team will capture the snake if there are safety concerns.
Invest in antivenin that needs to be kept refrigerated, and learn how to inject if needed or consult your veterinarian. If you live in an area with a large number of venomous snakes, such as a park, have them ready and ask the vet.
To distinguish between a non-venomous snake bite, a dry bite (which can occur after a long period of time, such as hours, days or weeks) and a snake – specific anti-venom – several features can be used that represent the best options. If you need to give first aid to your snake bite, have a description of the snake ready and keep it ready in case of emergency. Non-snake bites are painful, but sometimes venomous snakes can bite you and not inject venom. In some cases, snake bites can even kill a dog, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Most snake bite victims can disappear within minutes with compression bandages and immobilization, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The use of arterial tourniquets can be ineffective and sometimes cause obvious damage, especially if you do not have a good understanding of the venomous snake and its anatomy, as in the treatment of a South American pacemaker. A better method is to know the area where the snake occurs and to have the best idea of what it looks like. Before you travel from an area, learn how many venomous snakes there are, what they look like and what to watch out for.
If you are trained in and able to handle snakes, you can capture them and take them to a snake rescue center. The right equipment is available: snake hooks, pliers and a sealable container, along with the right equipment.
Note how the animal looks, the CDC advises not to try to pick it up or catch it, as this may help with later treatment. Be vigilant of snakes and watch out for them wherever you move, as many snakes are well camouflaged and hard to see. If you see a snake and it bites someone, don’t hunt or kill the snake, which puts you at risk of being bitten. After all, one of the most important steps to avoid being bitten by a venomous snake is to learn to recognize it near you.
A brochure from Miami-Dade Fire Rescue offers first aid and prevention tips and can be helpful in identifying poisonous snakes. This guide gives you tips on how to keep your dog safe and provide first aid in time in case of a snake bite.
People suspected of having been bitten by a venomous snake should be taken to a health facility immediately. Keep others away from the snake first and move quickly to avoid further bites, according to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue.
Poisoning by poisons contained in snake venom is life-threatening and should always be treated as an emergency. Wearing a snake bite kit is vital to survive a venomous snake bite, according to Miami-Dade Fire Rescue. Snakebite kits are dangerous and may only be used if they are confirmed by the Snake Bite Hotline. Every Australian should know how to treat snakebites and have access to the best treatment options for snakebites that exist.
The most important thing to do if your pet has been bitten by a venomous snake is to take it to the vet as soon as possible. The Greencross family of vets includes Australia’s leading veterinary hospital, well equipped for the treatment of snake bites