R.D.G. Theakston focuses on Antivenom, Venom, Surgery, Snake bites and Internal medicine. R.D.G. Theakston has researched Antivenom in several fields, including Paralysis, VIPeR, Ophidia and Rhabdomyolysis. R.D.G. Theakston interconnects Anesthesia, Disintegrin and Immunology in the investigation of issues within Venom.
His work in Surgery addresses subjects such as Bothrops, which are connected to disciplines such as Bothrops jararaca. His studies deal with areas such as Echis carinatus, Snake antivenom, Echis ocellatus and Intensive care medicine as well as Snake bites. The various areas that R.D.G. Theakston examines in his Snake venom study include Matrix metalloproteinase and Immunoelectrophoresis.
His primary areas of study are Venom, Antivenom, Immunology, Surgery and Snake bites. His research integrates issues of Molecular biology, Antibody and Pharmacology in his study of Venom. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Anesthesia, Internal medicine, Viperidae, Bothrops and Envenomation.
He works mostly in the field of Immunology, limiting it down to topics relating to Bothrops jararaca and, in certain cases, Toxicity, as a part of the same area of interest. His work in Surgery addresses issues such as VIPeR, which are connected to fields such as Viper Venoms. His Snake bites study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Veterinary medicine, Coagulopathy, Rhabdomyolysis and Intensive care medicine.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Antivenom, Venom, Envenomation, Echis ocellatus and Snake venom. The Antivenom study combines topics in areas such as Surgery, Toxicology, Veterinary medicine, Snake bites and Bothrops jararaca. His work carried out in the field of Surgery brings together such families of science as Internal medicine, Epidemiology and First aid.
His Snake bites research includes elements of Snake antivenom, Pediatrics and Intensive care medicine. His Venom research incorporates elements of Antibody, Immunology and Pharmacology. His Echis ocellatus study combines topics in areas such as Molecular biology, VIPeR and Echis.
His primary scientific interests are in Antivenom, Venom, Surgery, Immunology and Snake venom. His studies in Antivenom integrate themes in fields like Fab Fragments and Toxicology. His study in Viperidae and Ophidia is carried out as part of his Venom studies.
R.D.G. Theakston combines subjects such as Internal medicine, Incidence and Bothrops with his study of Ophidia. His research in Surgery intersects with topics in Snake bites, Snake antivenom, Envenomation and Intensive care medicine. His Snake venom study which covers Pharmacology that intersects with Jararhagin, Colubridae, Boomslang, Viperinae and Bothrops jararaca.
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Report of a WHO workshop on the standardization and control of antivenoms.
R.D.G Theakston;D.A Warrell;D.A Warrell;E Griffiths.
Purification, cloning, and molecular characterization of a high molecular weight hemorrhagic metalloprotease, jararhagin, from Bothrops jararaca venom. Insights into the disintegrin gene family
M. J. I. Paine;H. P. Desmond;R. D. G. Theakston;J. M. Crampton.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1992)
MICRO-ELISA FOR DETECTING AND ASSAYING SNAKE VENOM AND VENOM-ANTIBODY
R.D.G Theakston;M Jane Lloyd-Jones;H.A Reid.
The Lancet (1977)
Insights into the mechanism of haemorrhage caused by snake venom metalloproteinases.
A. S. Kamiguti;C. R. M. Hay;R. D. G. Theakston;M. Zuzel.
Randomized comparative trial of three antivenoms in the treatment of envenoming by lance-headed vipers (Bothrops jararaca) in São Paulo, Brazil
J. L. C. Cardoso;H. W. Fan;F. O. S. França;M. T. Jorge.
QJM: An International Journal of Medicine (1993)
Approximate LD50 determinations of snake venoms using eight to ten experimental animals.
J. Meier;R.D.G. Theakston.
Paralysis, Rhabdomyolysis and Haemolysis Caused by Bites of Russell's Viper (Vipera russelli pulchella) in Sri Lanka: Failure of Indian (Haffkine) Antivenom
R E Phillips;R D Theakston;D A Warrell;Y Galigedara.
QJM: An International Journal of Medicine (1988)
First clinical experiences with a new ovine Fab Echis ocellatus snake bite antivenom in Nigeria: randomized comparative trial with Institute Pasteur Serum (Ipser) Africa antivenom.
W. P. Meyer;A. G. Habib;A. A. Onayade;A. Yakubu.
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene (1997)
Severe and fatal mass attacks by 'killer' bees (Africanized honey bees--Apis mellifera scutellata) in Brazil: clinicopathological studies with measurement of serum venom concentrations.
F. O.S. Franca;L. A. Benvenuti;H. W. Fan;D. R. Dos Santos.
QJM: An International Journal of Medicine (1994)
Antivenoms: A list of hyperimmune sera currently available for the treatment of envenoming by bites and stings
R.D.G. Theakston;D.A. Warrell;D.A. Warrell.
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