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Pereira, Peter, Barry, Jane, Corkeron, Michael, Keir, Pip, Little, Mark, and Seymour, Jamie (2010) Intracerebral hemorrhage and death after envenoming by the jellyfish Carukia barnesi. Clinical Toxicology, 48 (4). pp. 390-392.
Pereira, P., Corkeron, M., Little, M., and Farlow, D. (2007) Irukandji Taskforce guidelines for the emergency management of Irukandji syndrome. Diving and Hyperbaric Medicine, 37 (1). pp. 48-49.
Little, M., Pereira, P., Carrette, T., and Seymour, J. (2006) Jellyfish responsible for Irukandji syndrome. Quarterly Journal of Medicine, 99 (6). pp. 425-427.
Daly, F.F.S., Little, M., and Murray , L. (2006) A risk assessment based approach to the management of acute poisoning. Emergency Medicine Journal, 23 (5). pp. 396-399.
Soderstrom, J., Murray, L., Little, M., and Daly, F.F.S. (2006) Toxicology case of the month: carbamazepine overdose. Emergency Medicine Journal, 23 (11). pp. 869-871.
Little, Mark (2005) Big black spider bite from the desert region of Western Australia. Emergency Medicine Australasia, 17 (2). pp. 181-182.
Bailey, Paul M., Little, Mark, Jelinek, George A., and Wilce, Jacqueline A. (2003) Jellyfish envenoming syndromes: unknown toxic mechanisms and unproven therapies. Medical Journal of Australia, 178 (1). pp. 34-37.
Seymour, Jamie, Carrette, Teresa, Cullen, Paul, Little, Mark, Mulcahy, Richard F., and Pereira, Peter L. (2002) The use of pressure immobilization bandages in the first aid management of cubozoan envenomings. Toxicon, 40 (10). pp. 1503-1505.
Little, Mark (2002) Is there a role for the use of pressure immobilization bandages in the treatment of jellyfish envenomation in Australia? Emergency Medicine Australasia, 14 (2). pp. 171-174.
Little, Mark, and Pereira, Peter (2000) Successful treatment of presumed death-adder neurotoxicity using anticholinesterases. Emergency Medicine, 12 (3). pp. 241-245.