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Here is some good advice for you: there is no need, ever, to bring a snake to the emergency room. This has always been true, but it came to broader public awareness recently, after a New York City doctor named Josh Trebach tweeted this guidance. His exasperated tone suggested that perhaps he had recently encountered a snakebite victim who felt the need to bring the snake to the ER with them. In response, another Twitter user shared a photo from a Houston-area emergency room that fully and clearly indicated the facility’s snake process. You mean you don't have a snake bucket? 😳pic.twitter.com/3bNjLh42Nv— In the Wilderness (@seferbamidbar) November 10, 2022 The five-step plan tasks the charge nurse with placing a dead or live snake that arrives in the…
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