SPIDER- AND INSECT BITES
We all react differently to bites by insects such as mosquitoes, flees and lice. It can range from mild irritation to a medical emergency. Mosquitoes, for example, can transmit malaria.
But if someone shows a strong reaction such as struggling to breathe after a bee sting – or any attack by any other insect – you can help them take their medicine (antihistamine).
Try to scrape the bee sting and poison
sac from the skin. Don’t press on the injured person’s skin with your fingers or tweezers because you might cause more poison to be released into the blood.
After a spider bite, clean the wound and use an ice pack to reduce pain. Keep the injured body part lower than the
heart to slow down spreading of the poison. Get medical help, especially if muscle pain starts.
A BEE STING AND POISON SAC