Marine Envenomation Articles

Marine Envenomation Articles
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Marine Envenomation Articles
Fenner PJ. Management of marine envenomation. Part 1: Jellyfish. Mod Med; Jan 1998: 22-27.
Fenner PJ. Management of marine envenomation. Part 2: Other marine animals. Mod Med Feb 1998: 90-95.
Fenner PJ. Dangers in the Ocean: The Traveler and Marine Envenomation. I. Jellyfish. J Travel Med 1998; 5:135-141
Fenner PJ. Dangers in the Ocean: The Traveler and Marine Envenomation. II. Marine Creatures. J Travel Med 1998; 5: 213-216
Fenner PJ. Causes and treatments for marine wounds. Aust. J Wound Management. 1998; 6 (4) 142-147.
Fenner PJ. The Global Problem of Cnidarian (Jellyfish) Stinging. MD Thesis. London University. September 1997. 202p. Thesis Link
Mianzan HW, Fenner PJ, Cornelius PF, Ramirez FC. Vinegar as a disarming agent to prevent further discharge of the nematocysts of the stinging hydromedusa Olindias sambaquiensis. Cutis 2001 Jul;68(1):45-8
Burnett JW, Weinrich D, Williamson JA, Fenner PJ, Lutz LL, Bloom DA. Autonomic neurotoxicity of jellyfish and marine animal venoms. Clinical Autonomic Research 1998 Apr;8(2):125-30
Fenner PJ, Williamson JA, Burnett JW. Clinical aspects of envenoming by marine animals. Envenomings and their treatments. Abstract – Proceedings of the First International Congress, Institut Pasteur, Paris 7-9 June 1995. Toxicon February 1996 (34) 2:145.
Fenner PJ. Stingray envenomation: a suggested new treatment. Med J Aust 1995;163:665
Burnett JW, Fenner PJ, Kokelj F, Williamson JA. Serious Physalia (Portuguese man o’war) stings: implications for scuba divers. J Wild Med 1994;5:71-76.
Burnett JW, Williamson J, Fenner P. Mononeuritis multiplex after coelenterate sting. Med J Aust 1994;161:320-322.
Fenner PJ, Lewis RJ, Williamson JA, Williams ML. A Queensland family with ciguatera after eating coral trout. Med J Australia 1997; 166: 473-475
Fenner PJ, Williamson JA, Burnett JW, Rifkin J. A newly differentiated species of Physalia physalis in Australia. Med J Aust 1993: 158: 500
Fenner PJ, Williamson JA, Burnett JW, Rifkin J. First aid treatment of jellyfish stings in Australia. Response to a newly differentiated species. Med J Aust 1993: 158: 498-501
Warrell DA, Fenner PJ. Venomous bites and stings. Br Med Bull 1993 Apr;49(2):423-39
Williamson JA, Fenner PJ, Burnett JW, Alam JM, Yakovlev YM & Vaskovsky VE. Jellyfish envenomation and the diver – lessons for diving medicine. Poster presentation: Undersea & Hyperbaric Medical Society Annual Meeting: Halifax, Nova Scotia 7-10/7/93
Rifkin J, Fenner PJ, Williamson JAH. First aid treatment of the sting from Lytocarpus philippinus: the structure of, and in vitro discharge experiments with its nematocysts. J Wild Med 1993:4;252-260.
Fenner PJ, Williamson JAH, Myers DA. Platypus Envenomation – a painful learning experience. Med J Aust 1992; 157: 829-832.
Currie B, Khanh DM, Alderslade P, Williamson J, Fenner P. Jellyfish envenomation in the Northern territory of Australia, in Abstracts, 10th World Congress on Animal, Plant and Microbial Toxins, Singapore 3-8 November 1991. Abst. No. 204:256.
Fenner PJ, Williamson JA, Skinner R. Fatal and non-fatal stingray envenomation. Med J Aust 1989;151:621-625
Exton DR, Fenner PJ, Williamson JA.Cold packs: effective topical analgesia in the treatment of painful stings by Physalia and other jellyfish. Med J Aust 1989 Dec 4-18;151(11-12):625-6
Williamson JA, Burnett JW, Fenner PJ, Hach-Wunderle V, Hoe LY, Adiga KM. Case reports – acute regional vascular insufficiency after jellyfish envenomation. Med J Aust 1988;149;698-701
Burnett JW, Calton GJ, Fenner PJ, Williamson JA. Serological diagnosis of jellyfish envenomations. Comp Biochem and Physiol 1988;Vol9C,No1:79-83.
Fenner PJ, Williamson JA. Experiments with the nematocysts of Carybdea rastoni. ” Jimble” Med J Aust 1987 Sep 7;147(5):258-9
Fenner PJ, Fitzpatrick PF, Experiments with the nematocysts of Cyanea capillata. Med J Aust 1986;145:174
Fenner PJ, Fitzpatrick PF, Hartwick RJ, Skinner R. “Morbakka”, another cubomedusan.Med J Aust 1985;143:550-555.