Fast Five Quiz: Can You Answer These Challenging Emergency Medicine Questions?

Richard H. Sinert, DO; Mary L. Windle, PharmD; Michael Stuart Bronze, MD; B.S. Anand, MD


March 14, 2017

Neuromuscular blockade and respiratory distress are more common with coral snakes. Soft pitting edema generally develops over 6-12 hours but may start within 5 minutes. Early and intense pain implies significant envenomation.

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