ISBN-10: 0763722456
ISBN-13: 9780763722456

Weapons of Mass Casualties Field Guide

Author(s): American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), Charles Stewart, Robert Nixon
Cover: Spiral Bound
Pages: 92
Edition: 1st
Published: February 2003

Terrorism has become a high priority to emergency management and response professionals. This field guide to weapons of mass casualties was designed with the special needs of emergency services personnel in mind.

On September 11, 2001, the United States was rudely awakened by terrorist attacks. Since then, authorities have reported the possibility of subsequent attacks using biological and chemical agents. Terrorism has become a high priority to emergency management and response professionals and, although biological and chemical warfare is not new in history, it is relatively new to police, fire, and EMS personnel.

Emergency services personnel who may be called to the scene of an incident involving biological or chemical agents needs to have a quick, ready-reference guide. This guide provides quick access to critical life-saving information.

The field guide series was designed with the special needs of emergency services personnel in mind! Durable, water-resistant, and compact, these specialized field guides are made for your convenience.

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