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Joanna Wolverson (38) holding a vial of polyvalent antivenom from the reserves of the Malkerns Antivenom Bank. The treatment is effective against black mamba, snouted cobra, rinkhals and puff adder venom. However, it is of limited efficacy against the venom of the Mozambique spitting cobra, which is responsible for an estimated 70% of envenomations in eSwatini.