Anthrax - Smallpox - Plague - Viral Fevers - Toxins
Delivery Methods - Detection - Symptoms - Treatment - Equipment
*Emergency Guidelines - U.S. Department of Defense *
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This public-domain Department of Defense field manual, used by the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines, serves as a guide and a reference for trained members of the Armed Forces Medical Services and other medically qualified personnel on the recognition and treatment of biological warfare (BW) agent casualties.
Information contained in this official publication is also relevant to diagnosis and treatment of patients with naturally acquired disease or illness due to pathogens with BW potential.
Classifies and describes potential BW agents, provides procedures for collecting, handling and labeling, shipping, and identifying potential BW agents, describes procedure for medical diagnosis, treating, and managing care of BW casualties, and describes medical management and treatment in BW operations. The treatment modalities contained in this manual differ from standard textbooks in that they apply to BW agent exposures.
The method of exposure for most BW agents is by inhalation; whereas, the endemic disease exposure (if applicable) is by other means. Some of the diseases covered include: anthrax, brucellosis, melioidosis, glanders, plague, Q fever, tularemia, smallpox, Venezuelan equine encephalitis, viral hemorrhagic fevers, toxins, clostridium botulinum toxin, clostridium perfringen toxins, ricin, saxitoxin, staphylococcal enterotoxin B, and trichothecene mycotoxins. For each disease, there is provision of general information, agent delivery method, environmental detection, prevention, clinical presentation and symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, control of patients, decontamination, contacts, and treatment areas, and medical evacuation.
Also includes medical management data, military facilities, definitions, abbreviations and acronyms. A superb source of current information on the diagnosis and healthcare treatment of potential biological weapon casualties.
Emerging Infectious Diseases - Trends and Issues
"Emerging Infectious Diseases" provides readers with core information about the epidemiology, clinical manifestations, prevention, and treatment of specific EIDs. The study of these emerging infectious diseases includes not only new diseases themselves, but their spread to new geographic areas, microbial resistance, the impact of EID's on global health, issues of surveillance, and how societal and demographic changes contribute to the appearance of EIDs. Details
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