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Posts from the ‘toxinology’ Category

New Free App for Snakebite in South Africa!

Oh you’re poison

Venomous snake experts from The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine are helping the Natural History Museum in London put on a exhibition about venomous creatures from around the globe. The exhibition is called Venom: Kill and Cure and will be on show at the Natural History Museum, London, until 13th May. At up to 3…

via Why venom isn’t all bad. — Adventure Medic

PHARM Podcast 179 The Australian Snake Bite Project

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Hot water immersion v icepacks for treating C fleckeri stings: a randomised controlled trial

Once Bitten, When to Fly?

It is very exciting to introduce Tim Wallace, flight nurse from the Top End, on a topic sorely neglected for a website coming from Australia – animals that can kill you. Actually, perhaps Tim can introduce Tim.  “When I was a researcher working for a haematologist, I wanted to be a paramedic, but I ended […]

http://careflightcollective.com/2015/12/19/once-bitten-when-to-fly/

Why Sydney Funnel Web Spider is deadliest in world

Atrax robustus
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