Scientific Name: Bungarus candidus (Linnaeus, ) Taxonomic Notes: Bungarus javanicus is considered to be a melanistic form of B. candidus (see Kuch. Envenoming by kraits (genus Bungarus) is a medically significant issue in South Asia and Southeast Asia. Malayan krait (Bungarus candidus). BACKGROUND: Bungarus candidus (Malayan krait) snake is a neurotoxin snake . Previous treatment after snakebite was mainly respiratory support until the.

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In bungagus 1, 2, and 4, the first signs and symptoms were dyspnea, difficulty with speech, and opening the eyelids at 50 minutes minutes. We therefore do not accept legal responsibility for use of the information provided and we require that all users use information from this site at their own risk. Two patients were not envenomed but the other three developed generalised paralysis which progressed to respiratory paralysis in two cases, one of which ended fatally. The bunbarus krait is a member of the elapid family.

Prev Next Table of Contents. No sedatives outside hospital. Vern Snake posts by Vern Lovic. Amateur herpetologist roaming about Thailand on field herping tours and events to find king cobras, kraits, buntarus, corals, keelbacks, and other snakes native to Thailand.

Malayan Krait – Blue Krait | Bungarus candidus | Highly Toxic Venom

Tweet Please submit feedback about this entry to the curator. The ventrals number ; the anal plate is entire; and the single undivided subcaudals are in number. A collection of amphibians and reptiles from hilly Eastern Cambodia. The efficacy of antivenoms and adjuvants such as anticholinesterases in patients with neurotoxic envenoming requires further study.

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All four patients developed neurological signs and symptoms from this neurotoxic venom. Digital Book with over pages by Vern Lovic. Here’s our latest book with detailed information on Thailand’s 35 Deadly Snakes. These were slight movement of feet phalanxes. Best viewed in x resolution or higher. The herpetological type specimens in the Museum Zoologicum Bogoriense Collection. On day 2, his blood pressure dropped, he was on dopamine cansidus raise his Candodus On day 3, he developed ventricular fibrillation.

A Catalogue of Living and Extinct Species. Bungarus krait venom is neurotoxic and attacks the human nervous system, shutting it down. Bonn zoological Bulletin 60 1: Head is flat and slightly distinct from neck. Bungarus candiduscommonly known as the Malayan krait or blue kraitis a highly venomous species of snake.

The dark crossbands are separated by broad, yellowish-white interspaces, which may be spotted with black. Please send a pic if you have one.

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They are shy and attempt to cover their head with their tail. Dyspnea, difficulty with speech, and opening eyelids occurred at 5 hours after the snakebite.


In micethe IV LD 50 for this species is 0. Avoid peroral intake, absolutely no alcohol. The principle aim of this site is to provide information useful to improving outcomes for humans suffering from envenoming or poisoning by animals, plants or mushrooms.

Not found higher camdidus 1, m above sea level often. Neurological aspects of ophitoxemia Indian krait – A clinico-electromyographic study. Abstract Five patients were bitten by the Malayan krait Bungarus candidus Linnaeus in eastern Thailand or north western Malaya.

General Shape Medium in length, slender, cylindrical bodied snake with a short tail ending in a sharp tip. A field guide to the land snakes of Sulawesi with identification keys. No response to stimuli and respiratory paralysis occurred at 20 hours after the snakebite. Copyright ToxinologyWCH. If there is any impairment of vital functions, such as cadnidus with respiration, airway, circulation, heart function, these must be supported as a priority.

Defibrillation was administered and ECG returned to normal. Five patients were bitten by the Malayan krait Bungarus candidus Linnaeus in eastern Thailand or north western Malaya.

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