When treating a black widow bite, call 911 or have someone drive you to the hospital if respiratory problems and symptoms such as nausea and vomiting occur. Elevate the bite and seek immediate medical attention when treating a black widow bite using tips from a registered nurse in this free video on family health.

Expert: Beverly Bitterman
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Bio: Beverly Bitterman began her career as a registered nurse working in Cardiac Intensive Care.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz

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5 Comments

  1. Dovegirl

    thank now i know how to treat my black widow bite

  2. DiscoPsycho

    There is one in my room right now it hid and I’m not going to bed till it’s
    dead. I’m freaking out like a little girl lmao and I’m 16 and a guy lol
    hell no there is no way I’m going to sleep

  3. Btrpo

    She means to put on an arm rest lol, like propping ur leg up if u sprained
    an ankle

  4. RavySnake

    how do i keep these little shits from getting into my house? my mom & dad
    recommended using a repellant/poison to spray around my house.. any other
    ideas?

  5. bobaabounding

    why the hell would you hold up your arm if you got bitten there?? think
    about it. the poison would just run down into your abdomen