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
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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