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Everything was spelled out in words that were understandable and to the point. Describe the clinical manifestations of diseases caused by hemorrhagic fever viruses.
Provide a diagnosis of viral hemorrhagic fevers and treatment options including drug therapy.
Chapter 13: Ricin Answer frequently asked questions about ricin, its signs and symptoms, and its potential for bioterrorism.
List the things people can do to protect themselves against VX and things they should do if they are exposed to VX.
List general principles of triage for chemical exposures. Describe triage for mustard agent casualties.
Chapter 16: Foodborne Illness Describe some of the most common foodborne diseases. Describe the ways food can become contaminated.
List foods that are most associated with foodborne illness. State five simple precautions one can take to reduce the risk of foodborne diseases.
List eight things one can do to prevent salmonellosis. Chapter 19: Cholera List six things a traveler can do to avoid getting cholera.
The mean NRS values in the doxycycline group and the V. This result indicated that chemical pleurodesis performed using the V.
Therefore, a lower dose of pethidine was injected in the V. To compare the amount of pleural effusion after chemical pleurodesis in both groups, data on the amount of pleural effusion drained on the day after the last chemical pleurodesis were collected.
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Further. Additional thoracic catheter insertion to control localized the day after the last chemical pleurodesis in the V. When the side effect of pleural effusion pleural effusion was performed in 1 patient group and 9 patients in the V.