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Introduction for Pediatric Envenomations

Children are frequently bitten or stung by various terrestrial and aquatic animals. In 2012, the American Association of Poison Control Centers received > 20,500 calls for bites and stings involving patients aged ≤ 19 years.1 Due to underreporting, it is commonly believed that these numbers significantly underestimate the true prevalence of the problem.

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