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  • n. Plural form of envenomation.


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  • Marine envenomations in theUnited Statesand worldwide include those from stingrays and skates.

    Fish poisonings and envenomations

  • In the case of marine envenomations, take caution in waters with known infestation of jellyfish and or sting rays.

    Fish poisonings and envenomations

  • A resource directory to locate MDs with toxicology expertise in specific areas (ie., envenomations, botanicals).

    Toxicology Web Pages

  • In a 2007 report, the World Health Organization listed worldwide envenomations as a "neglected public health issue."

    A real health care crisis - anti-venoms are leaving the market

  • The symptoms don't particularly suggest centipede envenomations, either.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • (A study on centipede envenomations, with case studies, can be viewed at the Wilderness Medical Society site.)

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • It turns out that the risks of antivenin (anaphylaxis and serum sickness) are significant enough to render it useful only in "severe" envenomations, ie, edema and erythema reaching the trunk, or systemic symptoms or laboratory abnormalities (consumptive coagulopathy, etc.)

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • Gravity depends upon the particular species, however the majority of such envenomations are either benign or else cause local tissue damage only.

    Chapter 15

  • Dr. Goodwin wasn't sure what this patient had, but she suspected some kind of bite or sting and sent an e-mail to one of her teachers from medical school, an expert in envenomations.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Severe envenomations may cause respiratory distress, low blood pressure, and/or altered mental status.

    The Santa Barbara Independent stories


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