Hello. I currently work at a non-profit organization on Bangkok, Thailand. We have around 50 volunteers who work here on a full time basis. Recently, we have had two dogs killed on the property by cobras. And 3 weeks ago a young monocled cobra was spotted right in the middle of the path to the parking lot. We are doing more research on first aid and also anti-venom. Due to traffic, hospitals here can take from 10-30 minutes to get to. We understand that immediate care is critical to survival.
We have a few questions about your product. The instructions state it is to be administered by IV. Are there other routes, for example IM, that it can be given? If we had a single dose handy on site, would an Emt or Paramedic be able to administer this first dose IV? If so, would just a single dose make a difference in the survival rate of a cobra bite?
Also, what is the shelf life of the unconstitured powder antivenom?
Thank you for your help and time.
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