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Medical Management of Chemical Casualties Handbook

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Medical Management of Chemical Casualties Handbook
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Publisher: USAMRICD

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The purpose of this handbook is to provide medical personnel in the field a concise, pocket-sized reference source for the medical management of chemical casualties. Medical professionals should learn that medical defenses are possible and effective, that chemical casualties can be saved and returned to duty, and that mortality can be minimized.

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