bee sting


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Noun1.bee sting - a sting inflicted by a beebee sting - a sting inflicted by a bee    
insect bite, sting, bite - a painful wound caused by the thrust of an insect's stinger into skin
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bee sting

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Caption: Number of Deaths from Hornet, Wasp, and Bee Stings, * Among Males and Females--National Vital Statistics System, United States, ([dagger]) 2000-2017: * Deaths from hornet, wasp, and bee sting as underlying cause of death are coded as X23 in the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision.
On Friday (July 12), National Taiwan University (NTU) Hospital held an event recognizing the work of doctors and medical professionals for successfully providing a heart transplant for a 38 year old woman who suffered from heart failure and was on life support for 50 days after a terrifying reaction to a bee sting.
Dr Farrukh Lodhi told Dawn that bee sting was not normally dangerous but in some cases it could prove fatal.
Sting-Kill is pharmacists' top-rated bee sting treatment and the No.
ALARMING figures suggest most people have no idea about the symptoms of a deadly wasp or bee sting.
A foreign body granuloma developed in the oral mucous membrane after a bee sting is extremely rare and thus is challenging to diagnose.
All personnel, including onlookers, should be adequately protected or clear of the area to prevent bee sting exposures during insecticide applications.
What made healers take bee sting therapy seriously was researchers' observation that beekeepers were much healthier than the population in general!
Necrotizing fasciitis after a honey bee sting. Eur J Plast Surg 2007;30:11-14.
He appeared in the GDN to describe his experiments with bee sting therapy and it was after reading this article that Mr Bokhowa got in touch.
(3,4) The bee sting may lead to local reaction, systemic allergic responses or anaphylactic reactions.