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Treatment & Care for Bee Stings

image of bee stingerGeneral treatment and care for bee stings:

  • Remove the stinger carefully using a scraping motion. Use a credit card, finger nail, or other dull edge to take out the stinger without squeezing the venom sac.
  • Do not use tweezers to remove the stinger. Tweezers could squeeze the venom from the sac into the skin.
  • If the casualty has difficulty breathing and/or swelling of lips, face, or neck area, call 9-1-1 or activate EMS immediately! If the casualty has an EPI-pen, help them access and self-administer the injection.

After BiteContent excerpted from the Urgent First Aid Guide used by permission Copyright 2013
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