oa Southern African Journal of Anaesthesia and Analgesia - Bioterrorism : a new challenge for the medical discipline: registrar prize
Extracted from text ... REGISTRAR PRIZE 48 Factors affecting casuality rate Deployment factors Agent factors Population factors Source Climate Site Susceptibility Density Specific protection Point Line Air Ground Vaccination Evacuation Individual Mass incident Policy Antibiotics CBW Suites Single Multiple Open Space Enclosed Space Amount Physical nature Persistance Aerosol Liquid Gas Bioterrorism : a new challenge for the medical discipline 100kg of sarin gas released from an airplane would kill 8000 people. 100kg of the anthrax bacillus would kill 3 million people if optimally dispersed. Methods of chemical and biological weapon dispersal 1. release into water supplies 2. release into food chains 3. ..
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