Possible immediate and long-term health effects following exposure to chemical warfare agents.

@article{Karalliedde2000PossibleIA,
  title={Possible immediate and long-term health effects following exposure to chemical warfare agents.},
  author={Lakshman Karalliedde and Herman Wheeler and Rich Maclehose and Virginia Murray},
  journal={Public health},
  year={2000},
  volume={114 4},
  pages={238-48}
}
Agents of chemical warfare continue to pose a threat to human life. Organophosphorus compounds are possibly the best known and most used agents in recent times. These are known to produce acute ill health and death and, probably equally important, many diverse delayed effects, many of which are not clinically nor pathologically well defined. The immediate and delayed effects of organophosphorus compounds, in particular, and those of other known agents of chemical warfare, such as mustard gas… CONTINUE READING

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