Marine envenomations. Part 2: Invertebrates

J McGoldrick, J A Marx
Journal of Emergency Medicine 1992, 10 (1): 71-7
As more people travel to the oceans for sport diving and other marine-related activities, the incidence of marine envenomations has risen. This article is designed to give the emergency medicine physician an overview of varying marine envenomations, their clinical presentation, and recommended treatment. Part 1 of this article dealt with general wound management and vertebrate envenomations. Part 2 addresses invertebrate envenomations.

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