[The agent used to free the hostages in Moscow and the insufficient Dutch preparations in case of a terrorist chemical disaster].

Abstract

In its attempt to liberate the hostages in Moscow, the government used a gas or vapour. Classical war gases are not appropriate for such a task because they cause irreparable damage, while inhalation anaesthetics are inappropriate because they take too long to take effect, and because hundreds of litres would have been required for a sufficient effect… (More)

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@article{Booij2002TheAU, title={[The agent used to free the hostages in Moscow and the insufficient Dutch preparations in case of a terrorist chemical disaster].}, author={Leo H. D. J. Booij}, journal={Nederlands tijdschrift voor geneeskunde}, year={2002}, volume={146 50}, pages={2396-401} }