Medical Management of Biological Casualties, 6th Edition
by Jon B. Woods
Publisher: USAMRIID 2005
Number of pages: 187
The purpose of this Handbook is to provide concise supplemental reading material to assist in education of biological casualty management. The goal is to make this a reference for the health care provider on the front lines, whether on the battlefield or in a clinic, who needs basic summary and treatment information quickly.
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