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Int J Med Sci Public Health. 2012; 1(1): 14-15


Delayed onset renal failure following multiple bee stings

Pratap Patra, Uma Nayak.

Abstract
Bee sting is an uncommon pediatric emergency encountered worldwide and capable of causing acute renal failure, multiorgan dysfunction and occasionally death. We had a two year male child who suffered from multiple bee stings and delayed onset acute renal failure, survived following peritoneal dialysis.

Key words: Bee Stings;Envenomation;Delayed Onset Renal Failure



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