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What is the best first aid for jelly fish (box jelly fish) stung beside vinegar?
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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In brief: Box jelly fish sting
Plenty of vinegar and immediate care by emergency personnel.
Supportive care (rescue breathing—as long as you're not contacting the stinging tentacles—and/or cpr) until expert help arrives. Less dangerous jellyfish stings can be treated with vinegar, salt water, rubbing alcohol (70% isopropyl), or commercial products for that purpose.

In brief: Box jelly fish sting
Plenty of vinegar and immediate care by emergency personnel.
Supportive care (rescue breathing—as long as you're not contacting the stinging tentacles—and/or cpr) until expert help arrives. Less dangerous jellyfish stings can be treated with vinegar, salt water, rubbing alcohol (70% isopropyl), or commercial products for that purpose.
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