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Treatment of jellyfish stings in UK coastal waters: vinegar or sodium bicarbonate?
  1. Heather Prestwich, General Practitioner,
  2. Rachel Jenner, Consultant in Emergency Medicine
  1. County Durham and Manchester Royal Infirmary, UK

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    Report by Heather Prestwich, General PractitionerChecked by Rachel Jenner, Consultant in Emergency MedicineCounty Durham and Manchester Royal Infirmary, UK

    A short cut review was carried out to establish whether there was any evidence in favour of either vinegar or sodium bicarbonate in the treatment of jellyfish stings in UK coastal waters. From a search of 325 papers, none addressed …

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