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Chemical, biological, and radiation injuries 

Chemical, biological, and radiation injuries
Chemical, biological, and radiation injuries

Jason Smith

, Ian Greaves

, and Keith M Porter

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date: 05 July 2022

Introduction 428

Incident management 430

Triage 432

Principles of CBRN casualty management 433

Chemical agents (including industrial and military threats) 434

Chemical asphyxiants 436

Nerve agents 438

Lung damaging (pulmonary) agents 439

Vesicants (blistering) agents 440

Incapacitants 442

Biological agents 444

Syndromic approach to biological casualties ...

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