Pocket Reference for Chemical, Biological, and Radiologic Agents is designed for all public safety personnel who have the potential to come in contact with a victim of CBR exposure.
Provides all First Responders, as well as hospital-based medical professionals, with a concise but complete reference that is relevant to a weapons-of-mass-destruction (WMD) incident. Category A and B biological agents that are designated by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) as having the greatest potential for use as biological weapons are reviewed in this resources.
An indispensable resource for Paramedics and EMS responders.Concise, yet detailed resource that will aid the user in making critical decisions regarding a CBR agent or exposure.
References agents using the following format: agent description, clinical features, diagnosis, medical management, and decontamination.
Included sections on casualty decontamination and triange, bilogical agents, toxins, chemical agents and acute radiation sickness.
Initially was developed for and was used by U.S. Navy Medical Department personnel deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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