妊娠中に発症したマムシ咬傷の1例 [in Japanese] A Case of Viper Bite that Occurred during Pregnancy [in Japanese]
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A 28-year-old woman was bitten by an adder in the 34th week of her pregnancy, resulting in delivery of a baby girl by caesarean section on the following day due to potentially fatal asphyxia. Although the mother went into acute renal and respiratory failure and disturbance of consciousness due to rabdomyolysis and the baby developed asphyxia neonatorum and respiratory distress syndrome, both survived through the combined treatment of antitoxic serum and effective supportive care.
- The Nishinihon Jourrnal of Dermatology
The Nishinihon Jourrnal of Dermatology 68(1), 40-42, 2006-02-01
Western Division of Japanese Dermatological Association