Dr Bill Nimorakiotakis talks to the Queensland Country Hour about the most effective way to treat snake bites

Living and working with venomous snakes is a fact of life for many people in rural and regional Australia. Emergency medicine specialist Bill Nimoradiotakis, or Dr Nimo, is a Fellow of the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine, with a specialist interest in clinical toxinology. As an emergency physician, he has been treating snake and spider bite victims for more than 14 years and today joined the Queensland Country Hour to discuss the do’s and don’t of dealing with snakebite.


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