Dr. Vishal Kumar (Ophthalmology) needs a second opinion on this medical case.
A 28 y/o male patient presented with altered sensorium with an alleged history of snakebite. The patient was brought to the hospital within 3 h of snakebite. Patient was conscious but irritable moving all four limbs spontaneously. He had hematemesis, hematuria, and bleeding from the bite site. Both his conjunctiva appeared congested. Ptosis was evidently seen. Vitals: 102/min, regular, BP 90/60 mmHg, SpO2 – 99% at room air, Glucometer RBS 84 mg/dL, and temperature – 98.4°F. His Glasgow coma scale was 15. How to treat this patient?
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