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Smallpox vaccination in 2003: key information for clinicians.
Confronting the risks of terrorism: making the right decisions
- B. Garrick, J. Hall, +8 authors E. L. Zebroski
- Business, Computer Science
- Reliab. Eng. Syst. Saf.
- 1 November 2004
This report offers a methodology for assessing, quantitatively, the risks of terrorism. Expand
Critical care during epidemics
We recommend several actions that could improve hospitals' abilities to deliver critical care during epidemics involving large numbers of victims. In the absence of careful pre-event planning, demand… Expand
Preventing the use of biological weapons: improving response should prevention fail.
This article presents an overview of the nature and scope of the challenges posed by biological weapons, and offers ways by which the infectious diseases professional community might address the… Expand
- M. M. Weiss, P. Weiss, +4 authors T. O'Toole
- Clinical infectious diseases : an official…
- 1 December 2004
Abstract The potential consequences of a competently executed smallpox attack have not been adequately considered by policy makers. The possibility of release of an aerosolized and/or bioengineered… Expand
Facing the biological weapons threat  (multiple letters)
Citation of Unethical Research—Reply
HISTORY OF CURRENT THREAT EPIDEMIOLOGY OF ANTHRAX MICROBIOLOGY PATHOGENESIS AND CLINICAL MANIFESTATIONS DIAGNOSIS VACCINATION THERAPY INFECTION CONTROL DECONTAMINATION AUTHOR/ARTICLE INFORMATION…
| FULL TEXT | PDF | MEDLINE 64. Mina B, Dym JP, Kuepper F, et al. Fatal inhalational anthrax with unknown source of exposure in a 61-year-old woman in New York City. JAMA. 2002;287:858-862. ABSTRACT… Expand