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21. Ciguatera poisoning. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Ciguatera poisoning. 466600 1979 10 26 2008 11 20 0008-4409 121 3 1979 Aug 04 Canadian Medical Association journal Can Med Assoc J Ciguatera poisoning. 267 McLachlan R S RS eng Letter Canada Can Med Assoc J 0414110 0008-4409 0 Marine Toxins AIM IM Ciguatera Poisoning Humans Marine Toxins poisoning Seizures drug therapy 1979 8 4 1979 8 4 0 1 1979 8 4 0 0 ppublish 466600 PMC1704332

1979 Canadian Medical Association Journal

22. Ciguatera poisoning Full Text available with Trip Pro

Ciguatera poisoning 20313325 2010 06 28 2010 06 28 0008-4409 121 3 1979 Aug 04 Canadian Medical Association journal Can Med Assoc J Ciguatera poisoning. 267 Heimbecker R O RO eng Journal Article Canada Can Med Assoc J 0414110 0008-4409 2010 3 24 6 0 1979 8 4 0 0 1979 8 4 0 1 ppublish 20313325 PMC1704333

1979 Canadian Medical Association Journal

23. Ciguatera poisoning--snowbirds beware. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Ciguatera poisoning--snowbirds beware. 436040 1979 07 16 2018 11 13 0008-4409 120 6 1979 Mar 17 Canadian Medical Association journal Can Med Assoc J Ciguatera poisoning--snowbirds beware. 637-8 Heimbecker R O RO eng Editorial Canada Can Med Assoc J 0414110 0008-4409 0 Marine Toxins 0 Neurotoxins AIM IM Animals Ciguatera Poisoning Fishes, Poisonous Humans Marine Toxins poisoning Neurotoxins 1979 3 17 1979 3 17 0 1 1979 3 17 0 0 ppublish 436040 PMC1819152 Toxicon. 1977;15(4):317-25 882995 Toxicon

1979 Canadian Medical Association Journal

24. Identification of ciguatoxins in a shark involved in a fatal food poisoning in the Indian Ocean Full Text available with Trip Pro

the poisoning and death of 11 people in Madagascar in 2013 is described. Typical neurotoxic ciguatera symptoms were recorded in patients, and toxicological assays on extracts of the shark demonstrated CTX-like activity. These results confirm this episode as a ciguatera poisoning event and expand the range of pelagic fish species that are involved in ciguatera in the Indian Ocean. Additionally, gambieric acid D, a molecule originally described in CTX-producing microalgae, was identified for the first time (...) Identification of ciguatoxins in a shark involved in a fatal food poisoning in the Indian Ocean Severe food poisoning events after the consumption of sharks have been reported since the 1940s; however, there has been no clear understanding of their cause. Herein, we report for the first time the presence of ciguatoxins (CTXs) in sharks. The identification by mass spectrometry of CTXs, including two new analogues, in a bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas) that was consumed by humans, causing

2017 Scientific reports

25. Ionic mechanisms of spinal neuronal cold hypersensitivity in ciguatera Full Text available with Trip Pro

Ionic mechanisms of spinal neuronal cold hypersensitivity in ciguatera Cold hypersensitivity is evident in a range of neuropathies and can evoke sensations of paradoxical burning cold pain. Ciguatoxin poisoning is known to induce a pain syndrome caused by consumption of contaminated tropical fish that can persist for months and include pruritus and cold allodynia; at present no suitable treatment is available. This study examined, for the first time, the neural substrates and molecular (...) -evoked neuronal responses were inhibited by antagonists of Nav 1.8, TRPA1 or TRPM8 alone. Ciguatoxins may confer cold sensitivity to a subpopulation of cold-insensitive Nav 1.8/TRPA1-positive primary afferents, which could underlie the cold allodynia reported in ciguatera. These data expand the understanding of central spinal cold sensitivity under normal conditions and the role of these ion channels in this translational rat model of ciguatoxin-induced hypersensitivity.© 2015 The Authors. European

2015 The European journal of neuroscience

26. Chronic ciguatoxin poisoning causes emotional and cognitive dysfunctions in rats Full Text available with Trip Pro

Chronic ciguatoxin poisoning causes emotional and cognitive dysfunctions in rats Ciguatoxins are marine biotoxins that induce the human poisoning syndrome known as ciguatera fish poisoning (CFP). In humans, different kinds of neurological symptoms have been reported after CFP, including anxiety, depression and memory loss. Repetitive exposures to sub-threshold levels of ciguatera toxins may cause irreversible sub-clinical damage, and eventually cause more severe illness. Our previous study has (...) shown that an acute single dose of Pacific ciguatoxin-1 (P-CTX-1) induced synaptic facilitation and blockage of the induction of electrical stimulation-induced long-term potentiation in the medial thalamus-anterior cingulate cortex pathway. Reactive astrogliosis was detected in acute ciguatera poisoning. Despite the reports of complex and prolonged neurological symptoms in patients, few studies have been conducted in animal models to investigate the emotional and cognitive deficits after chronic

2016 Toxicology research

27. Toxicity, Ciguatera (Follow-up)

observation of fluid intake and output. However, at least one prospective, controlled study found no difference between mannitol and normal saline in the treatment of ciguatera poisoning. [ ] Manage hypotension with volume replacement; pressor agents are rarely needed. Bradyarrhythmias respond well to atropine. Gabapentin was found to be helpful in the resolution of symptoms in 2 patients diagnosed with ciguatera poisoning. [ ] Intake of large amounts of vitamin B-12 has been reported to attenuate some (...) of the symptoms. Orogastric lavage is not recommended. It is not of proven benefit for ciguatera poisoning, and risks of this procedure are likely to outweigh benefits. Opiates and barbiturates may exacerbate symptoms and are not recommended. One group in Japan has reported developing a strategy to use monoclonal antibodies to treat ciguatera toxicity. [ ] Possibly an effective treatment will be available in the near future. Next: Long-Term Monitoring During the recovery period, victims of ciguatera poisoning

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

28. Toxicity, Ciguatera (Overview)

29, 2015 Author: Thomas C Arnold, MD, FAAEM, FACMT; Chief Editor: Asim Tarabar, MD Share Email Print Feedback Close Sections Sections Ciguatera Toxicity Overview Practice Essentials Ciguatera poisoning is caused by consumption of reef fish contaminated with ciguatoxin, which originates with certain dinoflagellates (ie, algae) associated with coral reef systems and accumulates up the food chain from small herbivorous fish to larger carnivorous fish, such as barracuda (see the image below (...) ) and grouper. Contaminated fish have no specific odor, color, or taste, making identification of potential contamination extremely difficult. Barracuda. See , a Critical Images slideshow, to help identify various pathogens and symptoms related to foodborne disease. Signs and symptoms Ciguatera poisoning is a clinical diagnosis based upon a constellation of symptoms temporally related to ingestion of suspect fish products. Onset of symptoms may be within 15 minutes or as late as 24 hours (rarely) after

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

29. Toxicity, Ciguatera (Diagnosis)

29, 2015 Author: Thomas C Arnold, MD, FAAEM, FACMT; Chief Editor: Asim Tarabar, MD Share Email Print Feedback Close Sections Sections Ciguatera Toxicity Overview Practice Essentials Ciguatera poisoning is caused by consumption of reef fish contaminated with ciguatoxin, which originates with certain dinoflagellates (ie, algae) associated with coral reef systems and accumulates up the food chain from small herbivorous fish to larger carnivorous fish, such as barracuda (see the image below (...) ) and grouper. Contaminated fish have no specific odor, color, or taste, making identification of potential contamination extremely difficult. Barracuda. See , a Critical Images slideshow, to help identify various pathogens and symptoms related to foodborne disease. Signs and symptoms Ciguatera poisoning is a clinical diagnosis based upon a constellation of symptoms temporally related to ingestion of suspect fish products. Onset of symptoms may be within 15 minutes or as late as 24 hours (rarely) after

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

30. Toxicity, Ciguatera (Treatment)

observation of fluid intake and output. However, at least one prospective, controlled study found no difference between mannitol and normal saline in the treatment of ciguatera poisoning. [ ] Manage hypotension with volume replacement; pressor agents are rarely needed. Bradyarrhythmias respond well to atropine. Gabapentin was found to be helpful in the resolution of symptoms in 2 patients diagnosed with ciguatera poisoning. [ ] Intake of large amounts of vitamin B-12 has been reported to attenuate some (...) of the symptoms. Orogastric lavage is not recommended. It is not of proven benefit for ciguatera poisoning, and risks of this procedure are likely to outweigh benefits. Opiates and barbiturates may exacerbate symptoms and are not recommended. One group in Japan has reported developing a strategy to use monoclonal antibodies to treat ciguatera toxicity. [ ] Possibly an effective treatment will be available in the near future. Next: Long-Term Monitoring During the recovery period, victims of ciguatera poisoning

2014 eMedicine Emergency Medicine

31. Toxicity, Marine - Ciguatera (Diagnosis)

Updated: Dec 29, 2015 Author: Thomas C Arnold, MD, FAAEM, FACMT; Chief Editor: Asim Tarabar, MD Share Email Print Feedback Close Sections Sections Ciguatera Toxicity Overview Practice Essentials Ciguatera poisoning is caused by consumption of reef fish contaminated with ciguatoxin, which originates with certain dinoflagellates (ie, algae) associated with coral reef systems and accumulates up the food chain from small herbivorous fish to larger carnivorous fish, such as barracuda (see the image below (...) ) and grouper. Contaminated fish have no specific odor, color, or taste, making identification of potential contamination extremely difficult. Barracuda. See , a Critical Images slideshow, to help identify various pathogens and symptoms related to foodborne disease. Signs and symptoms Ciguatera poisoning is a clinical diagnosis based upon a constellation of symptoms temporally related to ingestion of suspect fish products. Onset of symptoms may be within 15 minutes or as late as 24 hours (rarely) after

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

32. Toxicity, Marine - Ciguatera (Treatment)

Updated: Dec 29, 2015 Author: Thomas C Arnold, MD, FAAEM, FACMT; Chief Editor: Asim Tarabar, MD Share Email Print Feedback Close Sections Sections Ciguatera Toxicity Overview Practice Essentials Ciguatera poisoning is caused by consumption of reef fish contaminated with ciguatoxin, which originates with certain dinoflagellates (ie, algae) associated with coral reef systems and accumulates up the food chain from small herbivorous fish to larger carnivorous fish, such as barracuda (see the image below (...) ) and grouper. Contaminated fish have no specific odor, color, or taste, making identification of potential contamination extremely difficult. Barracuda. See , a Critical Images slideshow, to help identify various pathogens and symptoms related to foodborne disease. Signs and symptoms Ciguatera poisoning is a clinical diagnosis based upon a constellation of symptoms temporally related to ingestion of suspect fish products. Onset of symptoms may be within 15 minutes or as late as 24 hours (rarely) after

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

33. Toxicity, Marine - Ciguatera (Follow-up)

Updated: Dec 29, 2015 Author: Thomas C Arnold, MD, FAAEM, FACMT; Chief Editor: Asim Tarabar, MD Share Email Print Feedback Close Sections Sections Ciguatera Toxicity Overview Practice Essentials Ciguatera poisoning is caused by consumption of reef fish contaminated with ciguatoxin, which originates with certain dinoflagellates (ie, algae) associated with coral reef systems and accumulates up the food chain from small herbivorous fish to larger carnivorous fish, such as barracuda (see the image below (...) ) and grouper. Contaminated fish have no specific odor, color, or taste, making identification of potential contamination extremely difficult. Barracuda. See , a Critical Images slideshow, to help identify various pathogens and symptoms related to foodborne disease. Signs and symptoms Ciguatera poisoning is a clinical diagnosis based upon a constellation of symptoms temporally related to ingestion of suspect fish products. Onset of symptoms may be within 15 minutes or as late as 24 hours (rarely) after

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

34. Toxicity, Marine - Ciguatera (Overview)

Updated: Dec 29, 2015 Author: Thomas C Arnold, MD, FAAEM, FACMT; Chief Editor: Asim Tarabar, MD Share Email Print Feedback Close Sections Sections Ciguatera Toxicity Overview Practice Essentials Ciguatera poisoning is caused by consumption of reef fish contaminated with ciguatoxin, which originates with certain dinoflagellates (ie, algae) associated with coral reef systems and accumulates up the food chain from small herbivorous fish to larger carnivorous fish, such as barracuda (see the image below (...) ) and grouper. Contaminated fish have no specific odor, color, or taste, making identification of potential contamination extremely difficult. Barracuda. See , a Critical Images slideshow, to help identify various pathogens and symptoms related to foodborne disease. Signs and symptoms Ciguatera poisoning is a clinical diagnosis based upon a constellation of symptoms temporally related to ingestion of suspect fish products. Onset of symptoms may be within 15 minutes or as late as 24 hours (rarely) after

2014 eMedicine Pediatrics

35. Ciguatera Incidence in the US Virgin Islands Has Not Increased over a 30-Year Time Period Despite Rising Seawater Temperatures. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Ciguatera Incidence in the US Virgin Islands Has Not Increased over a 30-Year Time Period Despite Rising Seawater Temperatures. Ciguatera fish poisoning is the most common marine food poisoning worldwide. It has been hypothesized that increasing seawater temperature will result in increasing ciguatera incidence. In St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, we performed an island-wide telephone survey (N = 807) and a medical record review of diagnosed ciguatera cases at the emergency department of the sole (...) hospital and compared these data with comparable data sources collected in 1980. Annual incidence from both recent data sources remained high (12 per 1,000 among adults in the telephone survey). However, the combined data sources suggest that incidence has declined by 20% or more or remained stable over 30 years, whereas seawater temperatures were increasing. Illness was associated with lower education levels, higher levels of fish consumption, and having previous episodes of ciguatera; population

2013 American Journal of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene

36. La ciguatera aux îles Marquises: aspects cliniques et épidémiologiques. Full Text available with Trip Pro

La ciguatera aux îles Marquises: aspects cliniques et épidémiologiques. 4545157 1974 06 26 2018 11 13 0042-9686 49 1 1973 Bulletin of the World Health Organization Bull. World Health Organ. [Clinical and epidemiological aspects of ciguatera in the Marquesas Islands]. 67-73 Bagnis R A RA fre Journal Article La ciguatera aux îles Marquises: aspects cliniques et épidémiologiques. Switzerland Bull World Health Organ 7507052 0042-9686 IM Animals Fishes, Poisonous Foodborne Diseases epidemiology

1973 Bulletin of the World Health Organization

37. An examination of the epiphytic nature of Gambierdiscus toxicus, a dinoflagellate involved in ciguatera fish poisoning Full Text available with Trip Pro

An examination of the epiphytic nature of Gambierdiscus toxicus, a dinoflagellate involved in ciguatera fish poisoning Twenty-four specimen of macroalgae were collected in nearshore waters of the island of Hawaii, identified, and maintained to examine how the epiphytic relationship between Gambierdiscus toxicus (isolate BIG12) varied among the macroalgal species. Gambierdiscus cells were introduced to petri dishes containing 100 g samples of each macroalgal host, which were examined at two, 16

2011 Harmful algae

38. Food Poisoning (Overview)

acquires toxin-producing dinoflagellates General observation for 4-6 h Maintain patent airway. Administer oxygen, and assist ventilation if necessary For recent ingestion, charcoal 50-60 g may be helpful Neurotoxic shellfish poisoning Coastal Florida Source - Mollusks Illness is milder than in paralytic shellfish poisoning Fish acquires toxin-producing dinoflagellates Symptomatic Ciguatera Hawaii, Florida, and Caribbean Source - Carnivorous reef fish Vomiting, diarrhea, and cramps start 1-6 h after (...) Food Poisoning (Overview) Food Poisoning: Practice Essentials, Background, Pathophysiology Edition: No Results No Results Please confirm that you would like to log out of Medscape. If you log out, you will be required to enter your username and password the next time you visit. https://profreg.medscape.com/px/getpracticeprofile.do?method=getProfessionalProfile&urlCache=aHR0cHM6Ly9lbWVkaWNpbmUubWVkc2NhcGUuY29tL2FydGljbGUvMTc1NTY5LW92ZXJ2aWV3 processing > Food Poisoning Updated: Jun 19, 2018

2014 eMedicine.com

39. Food Poisoning (Follow-up)

in the natural setting, however. [ ] The best way to prevent food poisoning caused by infectious agents is to practice strict personal hygiene, cook all foods adequately, avoid cross-contamination of raw and cooked foods, and keep all foods at appropriate temperatures (ie, < 40°F for refrigerated items and >140°F for hot items). Avoiding eating wild mushrooms prevents mushroom poisoning. Prevention of fish poisoning requires avoidance of large tropical fish (ciguatera poisoning) and compliance with seasonal (...) Coastal Florida Source - Mollusks Illness is milder than in paralytic shellfish poisoning Fish acquires toxin-producing dinoflagellates Symptomatic Ciguatera Hawaii, Florida, and Caribbean Source - Carnivorous reef fish Vomiting, diarrhea, and cramps start 1-6 h after ingestion and last from days to months Diarrhea may be accompanied by a variety of neurologic symptoms including paresthesia, reversal of hot and cold sensation, vertigo, headache, and autonomic disturbances such as hypotension

2014 eMedicine.com

40. Food Poisoning (Treatment)

in the natural setting, however. [ ] The best way to prevent food poisoning caused by infectious agents is to practice strict personal hygiene, cook all foods adequately, avoid cross-contamination of raw and cooked foods, and keep all foods at appropriate temperatures (ie, < 40°F for refrigerated items and >140°F for hot items). Avoiding eating wild mushrooms prevents mushroom poisoning. Prevention of fish poisoning requires avoidance of large tropical fish (ciguatera poisoning) and compliance with seasonal (...) Coastal Florida Source - Mollusks Illness is milder than in paralytic shellfish poisoning Fish acquires toxin-producing dinoflagellates Symptomatic Ciguatera Hawaii, Florida, and Caribbean Source - Carnivorous reef fish Vomiting, diarrhea, and cramps start 1-6 h after ingestion and last from days to months Diarrhea may be accompanied by a variety of neurologic symptoms including paresthesia, reversal of hot and cold sensation, vertigo, headache, and autonomic disturbances such as hypotension

2014 eMedicine.com

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