Frequently, little or no pain occurs from a krait bite (Krait's bites are significant for inducing minimal amounts of local inflammation/swelling), and this can give false reassurance to the victim.
Local Symptoms: In Krait bites, rarely if ever does local tissue destruction and necrosis appear. In year 2004, 449 patients were treated & NOT A SINGLE DEATH WHILE TREATMENT.
Common krait venom contains β 1 –β 5-caerulotoxins, a group of toxins similar to β-bungarotoxin, that are most likely responsible for the paralysis in common krait bites.
The common krait (Bungarus caeruleus, Schneider 1801) is a proteroglyphous elapid snake commonly found in Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India. 4– 6 Common victims of B caeruleus are farmers who live in open … 1– 3 The highest incidence of bites in Sri Lanka was reported from the North Central Province, where the vegetation and climate provide an ideal habitat for snakes. Typical symptoms after a krait-bite are, severe abdominal cramps, accompanied by progressive paralysis.
(0% Mortality) . Ultrastructural damage and functional injury caused by β-bungarotoxin to the motor nerve terminals recovers over about 7 … Wide Experience in treating Snake bite patients since last 18 years, with having very less mortality. One can find minimal edema and pain at the bite site.