Toxicology /Toxinology
Jan 2020
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Envenomation by what snake will be the most likely cause of the combination of symptoms? *
5 points
VICC and collapse
VICC, Myotoxticity and neurotoxicity
Anticoagulation (rather than VICC), myotoxicity and neurotoxicity
VICC, neurotoxicity, systemic symptoms, myotoxicity, CVS symptoms
Neurotoxicity only
red belly brown
Death adder
Taipan
Brown
Tiger
A Bush walker in Tasmania is envenomed by a snake. What snake is it?
2 points
Clear selection
Initial Standard treatment (where no contraindications) for red back spider bite is?
4 points
Clear selection
Which marine toxicity corresponds to these symptoms? *
5 points
Ciguatera toxin
Scromboid (histamine) poisoning
Paralytic Shellfish poisoning
Amnesic shellfish poisoning
Tetrodotoxin (puffer fish) poisoning
Diarrhoea, vomiting, burning pain on contact with cold water
peri-oral tingling, facial flushing, headache, rash
numbness and tingling, nausea and vomiting, loss of consciousness and respiratory failure
vomiting, diarrhoea, confusion, amnesia,
peri-oral tingling, tingling fingers and toes, paralysis
what type of snake is this?
4 points
Clear selection
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