Many individuals have been asking, How does the recent FDA approval of the Scorpion Anti-Venom change anything. Most people don’t die from scorpion stings in the US. So why is this anti-venom getting so much coverage?
Here is the personal anti-venom Anascorp story of Tony (owner of Airport Phoenix Hotels), a Phoenix resident and a father.
To the relief of Tony and many other Phoenix families the FDA approval means the scorpion anti-venom will be readily available in Phoenix Hospitals soon. It will also be available in other hospitals throughout the US where scorpion stings occur on a regular bases.
3 Keys to Scorpion Control
- Quality Products at the right rate and in the right locations
- Protective Physical barriers.
- Consistency in treatment intervals.
While the antivenom may help parents sleep easier, scorpions are still a pest. Having a consistent treatment with the right products is essential in the fight against scorpions. General Phoenix insect control covers common bugs, but a scorpion is not a common pest. Scorpions actually fall under the arachnid family. Eight legs, two pinchers and one tail with a lethal stinger. Yes scorpions sting, and there is no such thing as a scorpion bite.
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- First Scorpion Sting Antivenom Approved by FDA (blogpestcontrol.com)
- Mexico serum takes sting out of U.S. scorpion nips (reuters.com)
- FDA Approves Treatment for Scorpion Bites (ducknetweb.blogspot.com)