Snake antivenoms for treating people who have been bitten by a snake, and have developed abnormal blood clotting | Cochrane

Many snake venoms cause coagulopathy in humans. Coagulopathy is a condition in which the person’s blood is unable to clot because the venom causes decreased levels of clotting factors. Coagulopathy increases the risk of bleeding. Antivenom is a treatment used to neutralise venom in people who hav...