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Validity and reliability of telephone administration of the patient-specific functional scale for the assessment of recovery from snakebite envenomation
Objectives: Although more than 1.8 million people survive snakebite envenomation each year, their recovery is understudied. Obtaining long-term follow-up is challenging in both high- and low-resource settings. The ...
The validity, reliability and minimal clinically important difference of the patient specific functional scale in snake envenomation
Objective: Valid, reliable, and clinically relevant outcome measures are necessary in clinical studies of snake envenomation. The aim of this study was to evaluate the psychometric (validity and reliability) and clinimetric ...
Antivenom Treatment Is Associated with Fewer Patients using Opioids after Copperhead Envenomation
Introduction Copperhead envenomation causes local tissue destruction, leading people to seek treatment for the pain and swelling. First-line treatment for the pain is opioid medications. There is rising concern that an ...