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The lethality in mice of dangerous Australian and other snake venom.
Arthropod Venoms
Deaths from snake bite in Australia, 1981–1991
  • S. Sutherland
  • Medicine
  • The Medical journal of Australia
  • 1 December 1992
TLDR
To obtain and analyse data relating to snake bite fatalities in Australia, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and Environmental Health is using a database of snake bite deaths from 2002 to 2013 to obtain data on deaths in Australia. Expand
A STUDY OF THE MAJOR AUSTRALIAN SNAKE VENOMS IN THE MONKEY (MACACA FASCICULARIS) II. MYOLYTIC AND HAEMATOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF VENOMS
TLDR
This finding, which was observed with all snake venoms studied, suggests that the procoagulant factor may be subject to some inactivation whilst immobilized at the injection site. Expand
Survey of 2144 Cases of Red‐Back Spider Bites: Australia and New Zealand, 1963‐1976
TLDR
An analysis has been made of 2144 consecutive cases of latrodectism (envenomation by the redback spider, Latrodectus mactans hasselti) reported to the Commonwealth Serum Laboratories, finding local pain, redness and swelling were the most common symptoms. Expand
RATIONALISATION OF FIRST-AID MEASURES FOR ELAPID SNAKEBITE
TLDR
The plasma of monkeys envenomated with tiger snake venom was monitored by radioimmunoassay for both crude venom and a neurotoxin and pressure alone or immobilisation alone did not delay venom movement. Expand
Antivenom use in Australia: Premedication, adverse reactions and the use of venom detection kits
  • S. Sutherland
  • Medicine
  • The Medical journal of Australia
  • 6 April 1992
To analyse reports of antivenom use and sequelae in Australia from 1 July 1989 to 30 June 1990. The value of snake venom detection kits (VDKs) was also analysed.
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