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Bioterrorism and public health : [publication] : an Internet resource guide /

by Bartlett, John G [edt].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Princeton N.J. : eMedguides.com, 2002, cop. 2002; Montvale N.J. : Thomson-Physicians'Desk ReferenceDescription: XI, 305 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1563634279.SAPHIR theme(s): Violences - MaltraitanceMeSH subject(s): Bioterrorism | Public Health | Internet | Resource GuidesPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: This book is intended to save hours of time searching the Internet for reliable, accurate sources of information on biological and chemical warfare. It features reviews of hundreds of the most reliable sites.[…] A simple code allows the reader to access the top-rated sites instantly from his personal computer […] A sample of the types of sites profiled include: General information on bioterrorism, agricultural biowarfare, chemical warfare, and waterborne biowarfare - Diseases: anthrax, botulism, plague, smallpox, Q fever, tularemia, viral hemorrhagic fever, brucellosis - Topical search tools: CDC, AMA, MEDLINEplus, National Library of Medicine - Guidelines and consensus statements: AMA, U.S. Army, HHS, Johns Hopkins - Diagnostics - Therapeutics: doxycycline, ciprofloxacin and more - Immunization and vaccines: anthrax and smallpox - Health & safety guidelines: handling suspicious mail, infection control in hospitals, handling and disposal of hazardous materials - Public policy, preparedness, and response - Legislation and legal issues - Psychosocial issues - Government agencies, associations, research centers - Regional resources - Hotlines - Education and training resources - Conferences and symposia. [Ed.]
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This book is intended to save hours of time searching the Internet for reliable, accurate sources of information on biological and chemical warfare. It features reviews of hundreds of the most reliable sites.[…] A simple code allows the reader to access the top-rated sites instantly from his personal computer […] A sample of the types of sites profiled include: General information on bioterrorism, agricultural biowarfare, chemical warfare, and waterborne biowarfare - Diseases: anthrax, botulism, plague, smallpox, Q fever, tularemia, viral hemorrhagic fever, brucellosis - Topical search tools: CDC, AMA, MEDLINEplus, National Library of Medicine - Guidelines and consensus statements: AMA, U.S. Army, HHS, Johns Hopkins - Diagnostics - Therapeutics: doxycycline, ciprofloxacin and more - Immunization and vaccines: anthrax and smallpox - Health & safety guidelines: handling suspicious mail, infection control in hospitals, handling and disposal of hazardous materials - Public policy, preparedness, and response - Legislation and legal issues - Psychosocial issues - Government agencies, associations, research centers - Regional resources - Hotlines - Education and training resources - Conferences and symposia. [Ed.]