Niongun Lawrence Paul De-Kaa's scientific contributions

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Venomous snakebite is a medical emergency encountered worldwide, especially in resource‑limited communities. It usually leaves victims at the mercy of traditional care, whose effectiveness have come under scrutiny over time. Several of these traditional/first aid practices have also been reported over time. Controversies over their efficacy often r...

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... The incidence of venomous snakebites is between 1.2 and 5.5 million per year worldwide, resulting in approximately 20 000-94 000 deaths and tens of thousands of disabled people. Most of the above events happen in rural tropical areas of Sub-Saharan Africa, South America and Asia [6,7]. It is estimated that 50% of these snakebites are venomous, resulting in 100 000 deaths per year [8]. ...