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Treatment of biological warfare agent casualties
United States Marine Corps
by [Headquarters, Departments of the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force, and Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps] in Washington, DC
Written in English
|Statement||U.S. Marine Corps.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Series||FM -- 8-284, NAVMED P -- 5042, AFMAN (I) -- 44-156, MCRP -- 4-11.1C|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of the Army., United States. Navy Dept., United States. Dept. of the Air Force.|
|LC Classifications||UG447.8 .U54 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||2007406417|
atp mcrp a.3 ntrp afman _ip multi-. service tactics, techniques, and. procedures for treatment of biological warfare agent casualties. Army Techniques Publication ATP MCRP C NTRP AFMAN _IP Multiservice Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Treatment of Biological Warfare Agent Casualties March This multiservice publication serves as a guide and a reference for trained members of the Armed Author: United States Government US Army.
multiservice tactics, techniques, and procedures for treatment of biological warfare agent casualties. 1. Context. The triage system for classification of patients was first used by Baron Dominique Jean Larry, a chief surgeon in Napoleon’s army ().Since in most mass casualty situations the number of patients exceeds the capacity of the medical facilities, there is an urgent need to Author: Mohammad Ali Khoshnevis, Yunes Panahi, Mostafa Ghanei, Hojat Borna, Amirhossein Sahebkar, Jafar Asla.
Biological warfare (BW)—also known as germ warfare—is the use of biological toxins or infectious agents such as bacteria, viruses, insects, and fungi with the intent to kill or incapacitate humans, animals or plants as an act of war. Biological weapons (often termed "bio-weapons", "biological threat agents", or "bio-agents") are living organisms or replicating entities (viruses, which are. 1. Nerve Agents 1 2. Vesicants 19 3. Cyanide 29 4. Lung-Damaging Agents and Toxic Industrial Chemicals 33 5. Riot-Control Agents 43 6. Incapacitating Agents 49 7. Biological Agents 53 8. Toxins 67 9. Field Management and Triage of Contaminated Casualties on the Integrated Battlefield 71 Patient Decontamination Station: Planning, Setup.
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Treatment of Biological Warfare Agent Casualties (FM / NAVMED P / AFMAN (I) / MCRP C). This is an up-to-date version of a classic military field manual considered to be a vital reference for the treatment of biological weapon agents and bioterrorism attacks.
It 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 : Department of Defense.
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MCRP C Treatment of Biological Warfare Agent Casualties. Topics. biological, medical, agent, clinical, patients, respiratory, warfare, treatment, contaminated, disease, clinical presentation, agent delivery, biological warfare, warfare clinical, warfare agent, treatment areas, personnel collect, environmental detection, medical evacuation, standard precautions.
biological warfare, military-doctrine, agent, treatment, military doctrine, casualties Publisher Department of the Army Collection opensource_textbooks; additional_collections Contributor hst Language English. Addeddate Identifier Treatment_of_Biological_Warfare_Agent_Casualties_MCRP_C Identifier-ark ark://t41s0t Ocr ABBYY FineReader TREATMENT OF BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENT CASUALTIES HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENTS OF THE ARMY, THE NAVY, AND THE AIR FORCE, AND COMMANDANT, MARINE CORPS DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is File Size: 1MB.
FM 8 Treatment Of Biological Warfare Agent Casualties Item Preview Services and other medically qualified personnel on the recognition and treatment of biological warfare (BW) agent casualties.
Information contained in this publication may also be relevant for the diagnosis and Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader plus-circle Add. STANDARD PRECAUTIONS: (Standard precautions should be applied to all patients in a healthcare set- ting regardless of the suspected or confirmed presence of an infectious agent.) Wash hands with soap and water or use alcohol-based sanitizer before and after patient contact and between patients.
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Format Online Resource Book Published Washington, District of Columbia: Headquarters, Departments of the Army, the Navy, and the Air Force, and Commandant, Marine Corps,  Description 1 online resource (various pagings):. Chemical agents, biological agents, toxins, and point sources of radiation may cause mass casualties while leaving structures intact; a better term for these kinds of weapons is mass-casualty weapons, or MCWs.
Unconventional weapons is a term used to refer to chemical agents, biological agents. Addeddate Identifier FM__Treatment_of_Biological_Warfare_Agent_Casualties Identifier-ark ark://t2g77f73q Ocr ABBYY FineReader multi-service tactics, techniques, and procedures for treatment of biological warfare agent casualties: tradoc: atp active: 08/02/ multi-service tactics, techniques and procedures for treatment of chemical warfare agent casulties and conventional military chemical injuries (this item is published w/ basic incl c1) tradoc: atp Incidents of chemical and biological terrorism may involve large numbers of individuals, across all age groups and in both sexes.
The survivors of and responders to such incidents will not only suffer physical injury requiring decontamination and medical care but also will undoubtedly undergo extreme psychological trauma.
Thus, chemical or biological weapons of mass destruction could produce. Buy Treatment of Biological Warfare Casualties by Department of the Army (Paperback) online at Lulu. Visit the Lulu Marketplace for product details, ratings, and reviews. Robert Henning, in Pediatric Respiratory Medicine (Second Edition), BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENTS AND THE CHILD'S RESPIRATORY SYSTEM.
Biological warfare is the intentional release of infective organisms or their toxic products for the purpose of killing or harming enemy military personnel or populations.
In the case of biological terrorism, the target is the civilian population, and the aim.Biological weapons include any organism (such as bacteria, viruses, or fungi) or toxin found in nature that can be used to kill or injure people.
WebMD explains.TREATMENT OF BIOLOGICAL WARFARE AGENT CASUALTIES 1. Change FM /NAVMED P/AFMAN (I) /MCRP C, 17 Julyas follows: In summary, many BW agent casualties may be safely.