A randomised controlled trial of hot water (45°C) immersion versus ice packs for pain relief in bluebottle stings

@article{Loten2006ARC,
  title={A randomised controlled trial of hot water (45°C) immersion versus ice packs for pain relief in bluebottle stings},
  author={C. Loten and B. Stokes and D. Worsley and Jamie E Seymour and Simon Jiang and G. Isbister},
  journal={Medical Journal of Australia},
  year={2006},
  volume={184}
}
Objective: To investigate the effectiveness of hot water immersion for the treatment of Physalia sp. (bluebottle or Portuguese Man‐of‐War) stings. 
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