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Prediction of hospital outcome in septic shock: a prospective comparison of tissue Doppler and cardiac biomarkers
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E/e' is an independent predictor of hospital survival in septic shock and offers better discrimination between survivors and non-survivors than cardiac biomarkers. Expand
Snake bites recorded by veterinary practices in Australia.
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It is revealed that snake bite in domestic animals is frequent, with an estimated 6200 cases reported annually, and antivenom significantly improves the chances of survival of domestic animals bitten by snakes. Expand
Nutraceuticals and chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN): a systematic review.
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The management of CIPN remains an important challenge and future studies are warranted before recommendations for the use of supplements can be made, as no agent has shown solid beneficial evidence to be recommended for the treatment or prophylaxis of C IPN. Expand
An immunoassay for human D dimer using monoclonal antibodies.
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Assays were developed which have a sensitivity of 10 ng/ml for D dimer or crosslinked fibrin derivatives and may be suitable for detection of crosslinked derivatives in serum and plasma samples in a clinical situation. Expand
Textilinins from Pseudonaja textilis textilis. Characterization of two plasmin inhibitors that reduce bleeding in an animal model
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It is proposed that the kinetic profiles of Txln 1 and 2 for plasmin allow the arrest of haemorrhage without the possible threat of thrombosis. Expand
The Diversity of Bioactive Proteins in Australian Snake Venoms*S
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Venom proteins and their post-translational modifications were characterized using specific antibodies, phosphoprotein- and glycoprotein-specific stains, enzymatic digestion, lectin binding, and antivenom reactivity and aids in understanding the lethal mechanisms of elapid snake venoms. Expand
Comparative analysis of prothrombin activators from the venom of Australian elapids.
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The molecular phylogenetic analysis described here represents a new approach for distinguishing group C and D snake prothrombin activators and correlates well with previous classifications. Expand
Measurement of cross linked fibrin derivatives in plasma: an immunoassay using monoclonal antibodies.
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In many patients the plasma concentrations greatly exceeded the serum values of cross linked fibrin degradation products, suggesting that the procedure can measure fibrIn derivatives in plasma which are absent from serum. Expand
Molecular Diversity in Venom from the Australian Brown Snake, Pseudonaja textilis*S
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Most of the venom proteins including proteins previously not known to be present in the venom are identified, including procoagulant and plasmin inhibitor, currently in development as human therapeutic agents. Expand
Identification and analysis of venom gland-specific genes from the coastal taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus) and related species
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This study represents the most detailed description to date of the cloning and characterisation of different genes associated with envenomation from Australian snakes. Expand
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