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Revisiting the association between sea surface temperature and the epidemiology of fish poisoning in the South Pacific: reassessing the link between ciguatera and climate change.
Ciguatera fish poisoning is increasing in frequency, and travel to temperate coastal locales and the importation of reef-dwelling fish increase the exposure of humans to this illness.
Another problem of the tropical areas is scombroid fish poisoning, which is caused by formation of the toxic substance(s) during mishandling of the fish prior to processing and not by a naturally occurring toxin as in ciguatera poisoning.
From these, we selected the subset of calls where ciguatera fish poisoning was the sole substance code listed (n = 1,102).
Ciguatera fish poisoning is a clinical syndrome caused by eating contaminated fish (1).
In Japan, where consumption of fish reaches very high levels, episodes of fish poisoning are often epidemic.
Ciguatera fish poisoning (CFP) is the most common seafood intoxication worldwide, but its incidence has been difficult to establish because there are no biomarkers to diagnose human exposure.
BACKGROUND: Although ciguatera fish poisoning (CFP) is the most common seafood intoxication worldwide, its burden has been difficult to establish because there are no biomarkers to diagnose human exposure.
Surveillance included reviews of laboratory logs (for cases with highly elevated CK but a low MB fraction) and emergency room logs for all patients with a diagnosis of suspected fish poisoning.
OBJECTIVES: We review and highlight inefficiencies in the reactive nature of existing HIS in the Pacific to collect, collate, and communicate ciguatera fish poisoning data currently used to inform public health intervention.
BACKGROUND: From January 2002 to May 2004, 28 puffer fish poisoning (PFP) cases in Florida, New Jersey, Virginia, and New York were linked to the Indian River Lagoon (IRL) in Florida.
The link between regional outbreaks and ecosystem change is further illustrated by the periodic emergence of ciguatera fish poisoning.
Adverse health outcomes in humans range from acute neurotoxic disorders such as paralytic shellfish poisoning, neurotoxic shellfish poisoning, and ciguatera fish poisoning to more chronic diseases such as chronic liver disease caused by microcystins and amnesic shellfish poisoning from domoic acid exposure.