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Wild Medix Wilderness Medicine Bibliography

Wild Medix’ staff believe that quality wilderness medicine education means meeting our efforts at practical instruction with taking part in academic pursuits such as contributing to research and formal medical publications. 


As such, we have been fortunate to have collaborated on multiple projects in the medical literature, such as those listed here:

1.  Hofmeyr R.

   Extreme Medicine - The Antarctic Doctor

    JuniorDr. 2008, London, United Kingdom.

2. Hofmeyr R, Meyer W, James M, et al.

   Recognising and mitigating the risk of altitude-related illness.

    S Afr Med J, 2016. 106(9): p. 834-5. DOI: 10.7196/SAMJ.2016.v106i9.11389.

3. Fortgens PH, du Toit L, Hofmeyr R, et al.

   Performance of i-STAT Point-of-Care Analyser Cartridges After Ambient and Subzero Temperature


    Point of Care, 2016. 15(4): p. 132-136. DOI: 10.1097/poc.0000000000000108.

4. Hofmeyr R, Matthew J and De Decker R.

   Wilderness Medicine in Southern Africa.

    South African Medical Journal, 2017. 107(7): p. 554-555. DOI: 10.7196/SAMJ.2017.v107i7.12608.

5. Hofmeyr R, Tölken G and De Decker R.

   Acute high-altitude illness.

    South African Medical Journal, 2017. 107(7): p. 556-561. DOI: 10.7196/SAMJ.2017.v107i7.12612. 

6. Hofmeyr R.

   Wilderness cold-exposure injuries: An African perspective.

    South African Medical Journal, 2017. 107(7): p. 566-570. DOI: 10.7196/SAMJ.2017.v107i7.12610.

7. Matthew J, Robertson C and Hofmeyr R.

   Update on Drowning.

    South African Medical Journal, 2017. 107(7): p. 562-565. DOI: 10.7196/SAMJ.2017.v107i7.12609.

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