Terrorism: The Medical Response - MobiPocket Version for Pocket PCMedical reference textbook
Terrorism: The Medical Response - MobiPocket Version by: Pacific Primary Care, last updated: 20/03/2007
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About Terrorism: The Medical Response - MobiPocket VersionTopics include: Biological & Chemical & Nuclear weapons. Nerve Agents. Radiation. Acute Radiation Syndromes and tx''s. Biotoxins. Civilian Defense Recommendations. Decontamination Procedures. Odors and detection. Infection Control Protocols. Respiratory Protection. Explosions and Blast Injuries. Management of Mass Casualty Situations per 2006 CDC Recommendations. Mass Trauma Casualty Predictor. A complete synopsis on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of: Anthrax, Plaque, Tularemia, Brucellosis, Smallpox, Hemorrhagic Viral Fevers, Q-Fever, Botulism, Radiation / Nuclear, Staph Toxin & Ricin Toxin, Melioidosis, T-2 Mycotoxin.
Written by a board certified physician in Internal Medicine, reviewed by panel of Infectious Disease and Emergency Medicine specialists. Fully referenced.
Terrorism: Biological, Chemical & Nuclear: Links: Chemical & Nerve Agents | Odors & Epidemiology | Civilian Defense | Decontamination | Anthrax | Plaque | Tularemia | Brucellosis | Smallpox | Bio-Toxins & Other | Hemorrhagic Viral Fevers | Q-Fever | Botulism | Radiation / Nuclear | Respiratory Protection | Explosions and Blast Injuries | Mass Trauma Casualty Predictor & Stress Reactions | Infection Control |
Biotoxins / Other: Links: Staph Toxin & Ricin Toxin | Melioidosis | T-2 Mycotoxin | Q-Fever | Hemorrhagic Fevers | Botulism |
Radiation: Links: Dirty Bombs, Nuclear Blasts | Units | Annual & Typical Medical Exposure doses | Acute Radiation Syndrome | Tx of acute exposures | Stages and Syndromes |
Arboviral and Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers (VHF): Links: Arboviruses & Paramyxoviridae and Others | VHF?s | Arenaviridae (S. American (New World) HF''s & LCMV) | Bunyaviridae (HFRS, Crimean Congo, Rift Valley, Hanta, Sandfly) | Hantavirus | Filoviridae (Marburg & Ebola) | Flaviviridae (Dengue, Yellow Fever, Omsk, Kyasanur, Japanese & Tick-borne Encephalitis) | Togaviridae | West Nile Virus | Encephalitis |