Scorpion Anti Venom now approved by FDA – Prevent Scorpion Bites

Posted: August 4, 2011 by Thos003 in pest control, scorpions
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After several years of trials on the anti-venom made in Mexico, the FDA approves the anti-venom. Hopefully within a month or two all Arizona hospitals will have the antivenom on hand.

What can home owners do to prevent scorpions?

Regular service around the exterior of a home is the first and foremost step in scorpion control. Whether you hire a professional pest control service or do your own home maintenance, consistency is the key. Scorpions trouble neighborhoods. We will never be able to rid an entire neighborhood of scorpions. So keep the scorpions at bay with a regular treatment, do-it-yourself or call a professional.

After a regular treatment, additional precautions would be glue traps placed in corners. Glass jars placed around the base of beds and especially cribs. Scorpion seals also create an additional barrier. Treating moisture points in the yard is advised. And treating around pool equipment helps.

It is also advised for those that have allergic reactions to carry an Epinephrine Injection.

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  1. Scorpions are a real problem here in Bee Cave, suburb of Austin Texas. This is a benefit to more than just Phoenix.

  2. Rob Wane says:

    The first step in pest control is to identify the problem. Particularly when plants are involved, the problem may involve poor growing conditions instead of an attack from an invasive pest.

  3. pest control says:

    We are are also involved in pest control here in Australia as termites really sucks in destroying some of my furniture. Well, I would like to see your blog more so I can get ideas..

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