/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Death Adder envenoming causes neurotoxicity not reversed by antivenom - Australian Snakebite Project (ASP-16) /manager/Repository/uon:14862 Wed 11 Apr 2018 13:51:59 AEST ]]> Comparative sensitivity of commercially available aPTT reagents to mulga snake (Pseudechis australis) venom /manager/Repository/uon:14861 Thu 28 Aug 2014 12:16:27 AEST ]]> Australian taipan (Oxyuranus spp.) envenoming: clinical effects and potential benefits of early antivenom therapy - Australian Snakebite Project (ASP-25) /manager/Repository/uon:32502 4h. Median peak venom concentration in 25 patients with systemic envenoming and a sample available was 8.4ng/L (1-3212 ng/L). No venom was detected in post-antivenom samples, including 20 patients given one vial initially and five patients bitten by inland taipans. Discussion: Australian taipan envenoming is characterised by neurotoxicity, myotoxicity, coagulopathy, acute kidney injury and thrombocytopenia. One vial of antivenom binds all measurable venom and early antivenom was associated with a favourable outcome.]]> Mon 23 Sep 2019 13:46:15 AEST ]]> The Australian snakebite project, 2005-2015 (ASP-20) /manager/Repository/uon:31382 Mon 23 Sep 2019 11:16:26 AEST ]]>