This is by far the best snake bit kit available with 2 different cups
The Extractor Pump is an easy to use suction pump which can safely and quickly remove significant quantities of venom (poison) or irritants from bites and stings
Venimex is an automatic venom extractor which enables one to remove the venom of poisonous bites (spiders, snakes) and stings (bees, wasps.
Effects of a negative pressure venom extraction device (Extractor) on local tissue injury after artificial rattlesnake envenomation in a porcine model.
Anyone can develop an allergy to insect stings, but people with other allergies or allergic diseases like asthma are more likely to have severe anaphylaxis if they become allergic to venom.
Wasps, hornets and bees are the most common source of allergic reactions worldwide, with a third of patients treated for anaphylaxis having symptoms triggered by stings, mostly bee stings. Less severe reactions include extensive swelling (angioedema), itching, nettle rash (urticaria), pain and redness.
Our special Venom Extractor is a lightweight medical-grade plastic vacuum mini-pump that painlessly draws poison from stings and bites giving immediate pain relief and reducing the risk of allergic reaction. It comes in a waterproof carrying case with four differently-sized suction cups to cover the skin area of an attack and full instructions for use in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. It is easy to operate with one hand so you can administer it without any help and it can be used over and over again.
The Venom Extractor works on all bites and stings including snakebites, bee stings, wasp stings, mosquito bites, spider bites, jellyfish and scorpion stings.
Tested on rattlesnake bites: Denver General Hospital's Anti-poison Center, Colorado
Tested on bee stings: Pasteur Institute Immuno-Allergy Laboratory,
Tested on bites of giant ants, scorpions, tarantulas, snakes: Pharmacists Without Borders, among the Amazonian Shuar-Ashuar people, Ecuador.
Tester's tip: If a honey bee stinger is left in the skin, don't try to pull it out - it has a venom sac attached and squeezing it will only pump more venom into the skin. Use the Venom Extractor as soon as possible and apply toothpaste to the site of the sting - the alkaline ingredients neutralise the acid in the bee's venom and help reduce pain.