*  Spider Bites Treatment: Emergency and Preventative Care
Emergency spider bite treatment: before you make it to the hospital. Consequences of spider bites. ... Common spiders whose bark is not worse than their bite. ... their bites pose a serious threat to humans. Symptoms include: ... Hobo spider. Another very common spider in North America, the hobo spider, is typically found near ground level in sheltered ... areas, which usually brings them to human habitations. They're primarily found in the western United States, preferring dryer ...
  http://survival-mastery.com/med/health/spider-bites-treatment.html
*  Vesalius Clinical Folios Discussion: Spider Bites
The hobo spider (see photo) is brown with a herringbone stripe pattern and its bite also feels like a minor pinprick. It ... Only the first two have venom potent enough to cause death in humans. Black widow bites cause erythema and edema, but not skin ... Human envenomation is usually an incidental result of disturbing the spider. Few spiders have fangs robust enough to penetrate ... All brown recluse bites cause erythema. If skin necrosis ensues, the bite is by definition graded as moderate to severe. The ...
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*  Pathophysiology of spider bites - Wikipedia
The mechanical injury from a spider bite is not a serious concern for humans. Some spider bites do leave a large enough wound ... 2004). "An approach to spider bites: erroneous attribution of dermonecrotic lesions to brown recluse and hobo spider bites in ... However, it is generally the toxicity of spider venom that poses the most risk to human beings; several spiders are known to ... Not all spider bites inject venom - a dry bite, and the amount of venom injected can vary based on the type of spider and the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pathophysiology_of_spider_bites
*  American Tarantula Society Discussion Board • View topic - brown recluse or hobo spider?
... bites onto human skin, not a single one caused necrosis. Same with the 'hobo spider,' it was induced to bite rabbits and the ... bites from that spider in humans and none of them have reproduced necrosis. This has been the same with even the Australian ' ... With the hobo spider in particular, there are still no *verified* reports of a hobo biting a human yet (aside from one lady ... of a hobo bite were based on rabbit trials, not human ones. That completely changes everything. Even the photo he uses is ...
  http://atshq.org/boards/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=28332&p=213125
*  Treatment for spider bites on humans - Things You Didn't Know
Without venom you can treat it as you would any insect bite. With venom seeing a surgeon very quickly is the answer as this ... Not all brown recluse bites include venom. The venom is so hugely painful that you will go to emergency within a couple of ... Could there be a doctor in the house that knows anything about treatment for brown recluse spider bites? Is there envenomatio. ... Painful spider bite: A brown recluse spider can make a painful bite in a human, which can turn quickly into a area of ...
  https://www.healthtap.com/topics/treatment-for-spider-bites-on-humans
*  Hobo spider - Wikipedia
Hobo spider bites are not known to be fatal to healthy humans. The necrosis in purported cases is similar to, but milder than, ... nearly all bites attributed to the brown recluse spider are in reality the hobo spider's bite. The CDC and other U.S. ... human contacts with the hobo spider are uncommon in Europe.[citation needed] The toxicity and aggression of the hobo spider ... In Canada, there are scientists who claim that no hobo spider bites lead to dermal necrosis. Hobo spiders are common in Europe ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hobo_spider
*  The Five Deadliest Spiders in the US | eHow
Many reported cases of brown recluse bites are, in actuality, hobo spider bites. In cases where a bite results in necrosis, the ... Hobo Spiders. Also called funnel web spiders, hobo spiders can be aggressive, though they infrequently attack humans unless ... These spiders are common throughout the US and they have very powerful fangs that can easily penetrate human skin. The bite of ... The bite of a hobo spider can be very painful and the venom may result in necrosis of the surrounding tissue. ...
  https://www.ehow.com/info_8566550_five-deadliest-spiders.html
*  List of medically significant spider bites - Wikipedia
The Centers for Disease Control blamed hobo spider for the[which?] necrotic bite reports. Many brown recluse bites have been ... can bite humans, but its venom is not known to have any effects beyond mild discomfort at the site of the bite. The arachnids ... There are no recorded human fatalities due to mouse spider bites. When severe envenomation does occur, funnel-web antivenom has ... Bites usually become painful and itchy within 2 to 8 hours, pain and other local effects worsen 12 to 36 hours after the bite ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_medically_significant_spider_bites
*  Giant house spider - Wikipedia
... "hobo spider", and considered by some to be more likely to bite humans. Giant house spiders may compete with hobo spiders for ... Since E. atrica bites can penetrate human skin on occasion, the effects of agatoxin might be felt by bite victims, though these ... The bite of this species does not pose a threat to humans or pets, and it is generally reluctant to bite, preferring to escape ... Hobo spiders grow no more than a body size of 15 millimetres (0.59 in) long whereas the larger female giant house spider can ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Giant_house_spider
*  The Wolf Spider, Venomous, but Preys on More Dangerous Spiders | HubPages
If that is true about the wolf spiders not biting humans, no wonder it ran back behind the couch both times! I do have plenty ... Wolf spider bites. A wolf spider bite is an ugly affair, certainly painful, and possibly requiring professional medical ... Hobo spiders are not wolf spiders. The image above should suffice to show that the hobo spider and the wolf spider look very ... But if he got off of human touch, like the time I was washing my hands under the awning of the latrine and he reached up ...
  https://hubpages.com/education/The-Wolf-Spider
*  Bites and Stings: Pictures, Causes, and Symptoms - muslimselfportrait.info
While most bug bites cause only mild symptoms, like itchiness and redness, some bug bites can transmit certain diseases. Read ... Common bug bites are inflicted by mosquitos, fleas, ticks, bedbugs, lice, spiders, and others. ... on to learn more about symptoms and how to prevent bug bites. ... Nonaggressive, it will only bite humans if it's being crushed ... Read full article on hobo spider bites.. Wolf spider. *This large (up to 2 inches long) fuzzy, gray/brown spider is native to ...
  http://muslimselfportrait.info/health/bites-and-stings
*  Steatoda - Wikipedia
Not known to bite humans, but has a venom which is similar to S. paykulliana (a medically significant spider of this genus). ... Some members of this genus do have bites which are medically significant in humans (such as S. grossa and S. nobilis); however ... This species is commonly found in the western United States and Canada, where it is an effective predator of the hobo spider. ... including many cosmopolitan species which are found among human populations worldwide). One common name is Cupboard Spider, for ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steatoda
*  Watching the World Wake Up: November 2009
Their bite isn't dangerous to humans, and apparently they practically never do bite us anyhow. But even better, they hunt other ... 2 other Steadota spiders are even more significant hobo spider predators: the Western Bud Spider, S. hespera, which looks like ... More recent research has begun to question this however, suggesting that human infants display a sense of object permanence ... which also show up in your garage and whose bites can be both painful and medically significant. S. triangulosa is in ...
  http://watchingtheworldwakeup.blogspot.ca/2009/11/
*  Loxoscelism - Wikipedia
For this reason, L. reclusa bites are relatively rare, but, because its range overlaps human habitation, its bite is the cause ... "An approach to spider bites. Erroneous attribution of dermonecrotic lesions to brown recluse or hobo spider bites in Canada." ... The recluse spiders are the only genus definitively shown to cause necrotic bites in humans. The layers of skin die and slough ... The spider biting apparatus is short and bites are only possible in experimental animals with pressure on the spider's back. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loxoscelism
*  Necrosis - Wikipedia
... which is also used in humans) to prevent cells from undergoing apoptosis. Human cancer patients have similar mutations, and ... Some spider bites may lead to necrosis. In the United States, only spider bites from the brown recluse spider (genus Loxosceles ... In the example of a snake bite, the use of anti-venom halts the spread of toxins whilst receiving antibiotics to impede ... Claims that yellow sac spiders and hobo spiders possess necrotic venom have not been substantiated. In blind mole rats (genus ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Necrosis
*  Brown recluse spider - Wikipedia
... none of these are known to bite humans. To date, the reports of bites from areas outside of the spider's native range have been ... The hobo spider and the yellow sac spider have also been reported to cause necrotic bites. However, the bites from these ... Many human victims report having been bitten after putting on clothes that had not been worn recently, or had been left for ... However, the toxicity of hobo spider venom has been called into question as actual bites have not been shown to cause necrosis ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brown_recluse_spider
*  Pholcidae - Wikipedia
... the daddy long-legs spider has never harmed a human and there is no evidence that they are dangerous to humans. The legend may ... it was perhaps thought that if the daddy long-legs spider could kill a spider capable of delivering fatal bites to humans, then ... which may be advantageous to humans who live in regions with dense hobo spider populations.[citation needed] Pholcus ... and reported that he felt a bite which produced a mild, short-lived burning sensation. The bite did in fact penetrate his skin ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pholcidae
*  Epoch (Top Cow) - Wikipedia
Their bite transforms humans into werewolves. Born of the Earth, and a race of all males, nobody knows how the trolls were ... They can change into human form and are super-strong. Warlocks are only different from humans in that their supernatural DNA ... During her fight with Jona, she bites him in the arm and infects him with her venom, which only serves to slightly weaken him, ... At work, Jonah interrogates a hobo who saw Michael's murder. Jonah learns that they are looking for a demon that burns blue. ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epoch_(Top_Cow)
*  Whole Health Source: Insulin and Obesity: Another Nail in the Coffin
The Human Career: Human Biological and Cultural Origins, by Dr. Richard Klein ... It's a bit elderly, but anyone interested might be able to track forward to see if it's been refuted.. These were genetically ... Simple sound bites do.. Nevertheless we perhaps owe Taubes a debt of gratitude. His concept of GCBC moved the popular mindset ... The high-insulin condition of interest in humans (in metabolic syndrome) is:. 1) high insulin normal BG (early stages of MS). 2 ...
  http://wholehealthsource.blogspot.com/2012/01/insulin-and-obesity-another-nail-in.html
*  Convenient culprit: Myths surround the brown recluse spider - amednews.com
... confusing efforts to diagnose or accurately track the true incidence of its bite. ... Few spiders are poisonous to large animals; most cannot even pierce human skin. Of the spiders that can bite people, most are ... But bites are reported regularly across the country.. It is a myth, says Vetter, that brown recluses are transported all around ... Similarly, the hobo spider, Tegenaria agrestis, sprang to prominence with the 1996 publication of three dramatic cases, ...
  https://amednews.com/article/20020805/health/308059999/4/