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Toxico terrorism : emergency response and clinical approach to chemical, biological, and radiological agents

Label
Toxico terrorism : emergency response and clinical approach to chemical, biological, and radiological agents
Title
Toxico terrorism
Title remainder
emergency response and clinical approach to chemical, biological, and radiological agents
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
WHD
Dewey number
363.325/3
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
RC88.9.T47
LC item number
E44 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Toxico terrorism : emergency response and clinical approach to chemical, biological, and radiological agents
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Section One: General Patient Principles---- 1. Toxidrome recognition-- 2. Biodromes - bioweapon recognition--3. Countermeasures and facility preparedness-- 4. Supportive care--5. Dermal issues--6. Neurologic issues in emergency bioterrorism-- 7. Cardiac issues--8. Muskuloskeletal manifestations of bioterrorim-- 9. Ophthalmologic issues-- 10. Respiratory and critical care unit issues-- 11. GastroIntestinal and hepatic issues--12. Acute psychiatric issues-- 13. Palliative and expectant (black Tag) care--14. Special Populations : pediatrics-- 15. Geriatrics : bioterrorism, emerging threats, and emergency preparedness : special considerations for geriatric patients-- 16. Special populations : Women who are pregnant-- 17. Women reproductive issues--18. Hospital Laboratory Issues----Section Two: EMS Issues----19. Chempack-- 20. Approach to disaster and mass casualty incidents--21. Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) emergencies--22. Enhancing hospitalemergency preparedness--23. EMS-ED considerations--24. Field identifiication and decontamination of toxins---- Section Three: Emergency Department Preparedness----25. Triage in the emergency department--26. Pharmacy preparedness for incidents involving nuclear, biological or chemical weapons--27. Hospital Staff Issues----Section Four: Specific Chemical Agent: Toxins / Toxicants----28. Nerve Agents--29. Blister agents--30. Chemical asphyxiants--31. Flammable industrial liquids and gases--32. Corrosive Industrial Agent--33. Arsenic, lead and mercury-- 34. Pulmonary agents--35. Pesticides-- 36. Non-Lethal weapons or incapacitating agents--37. Other chemical agents----Section Five: Biologicals----38. CDC category explanation (A, B, C) overview--39. Anthrax--40. Yersinia Pestis - Plague--41. Botulism-- 42. Smallpox (Variola) and poxviruses--43. Tularemia--44. Hemorrhagic Fever--45. CDC category B agents--46. CDC category C agents-- 47. Emerging pathogens--48. Avian influenza--49. SARS : severe acute respiratory syndrome--50. Agroterroism----Section Six: Ionizing Radiation---- 51. A practical basis for early management of radiologically injured or ill patients : ionizing physics and instrumentation, radiation protection, contamination control, dosimenty, and radiological/nuclear (R/N) terrorism-- 52. Diagnosis and medical management of radiation injuries and illnesses----Section Seven: Explosives/Incendiaries---- 53. Medical management of explosives----Section Eight: Public Health Considerations---- 54. Poison infornmation centers-- 55. Biosurveillance--56. Vaccines
Control code
000042352225
Dimensions
28 cm
Extent
xxiii, 597 p.
Isbn
9780071471862
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  • lt22949677
  • (OCoLC)82473069

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