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Water envenomations and stings
Reese, E.; Depenbrock, P. (2014). Water envenomations and stings. Curr. Sports Med. Rep. 13(2): 126-131.
In: Current Sports Medicine Reports. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins: Hagerstown. ISSN 1537-890X; e-ISSN 1537-8918, more
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  • Reese, E.
  • Depenbrock, P.

    Marine envenomations are an important part of sports medicine. Marine sport is practiced widely, and many aquatic envenomations require quick recognition and timely action to ensure the safety and recovery of victims. Even a basic knowledge of treatments of various envenomations could help clinicians be more effective in acute treatment. The purpose of this article is to review known literature and expand on recent progress in the field of aquatic envenomations.

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