Clinical manifestations of sarin nerve gas exposure.

@article{Lee2003ClinicalMO,
  title={Clinical manifestations of sarin nerve gas exposure.},
  author={Ernest C Lee},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={2003},
  volume={290 5},
  pages={
          659-62
        }
}
CHEMICAL WARFARE HAS EXisted for millennia. As far back as 1000 BC, the Chinese used arsenical smoke as a weapon. In the last century, chemical agents have been used in warfare on numerous occasions, from World War I to the Iran-Iraq conflict. The world remains vulnerable to the deliberate use of chemical agents as weapons of mass destruction. Chemical attacks can be delivered with almost any type of conventional ballistic weapon, spray device, or by nontraditional means, such as that used by… CONTINUE READING
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