A Texan required 26 doses of anti-venom after he was bitten by the severed head of a rattlesnake he had killed.
KIII-TV in Corpus Christi reported that the man and his wife were doing some work in the garden when they spotted a 4-foot-long rattler.
Sutcliffe's husband grabbed a shovel and severed the snake's head.
A Texas man is recovering after he was bitten by a rattlesnake that he had just decapitated.
The weekend of May 27, Jennifer Sutcliffe's husband learned that the hard way.
"Which in that case since there is no body, it released all its venom into him at that point, so he had a lot of venom", she told the news station.
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Soon afterward, Sutcliffe's husband couldn't see and started to have seizures, she said.
The first 24 hours after being bitten by a rattlesnake are the most critical time for the victim, but fortunately for Mr. Sutcliffe, he got treatment right away.
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"They HALO-Flighted him into the hospital", Sutcliffe said. Doctors told her husband might not make it, even after giving him vast amounts of antivenom. The average number for snake bite is four doses, Mrs Sutcliffe said. "He had to have 26 doses".
He is now in a stable condition.
Trauma surgeon michael Halpert said that neither sucking the venom out yourself nor using a home remedy will help deal with the bite.