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(Disaster medicine and public health preparedness[TA])
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  • Medical Spending for the 2001 Anthrax Letter Attacks. [Journal Article]
  • DMDisaster Med Public Health Prep 2018 Nov 12; :1-8
  • Zacchia NA, Schmitt K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The largest expenditures stemmed from self-initiated prophylaxis (worried well): people who sought prophylactic treatment without any indication that they had been exposed to anthrax letters. This highlights an area of focus for mitigating the economic impacts of future disasters. (Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness. 2018;page 1 of 8).
  • Environmental Heat Exposure and Heat-Related Symptoms in United States Coast Guard Deepwater Horizon Disaster Responders. [Journal Article]
  • DMDisaster Med Public Health Prep 2018 Nov 06; :1-9
  • Erickson EA, Engel LS, … Rusiecki JA
  • CONCLUSIONS: US Coast Guard Deepwater Horizon disaster responders who experienced higher levels of environmental heat had higher prevalences of heat-related symptoms. These symptoms may impact health, safety, and mission effectiveness. As global climate change increases the frequency of disasters and weather extremes, actions must be taken to prevent heat-related health impacts among disaster responders. (Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness. 2018; Page 1 of 9).
  • Medical Countermeasures for Children in Radiation and Nuclear Disasters: Current Capabilities and Key Gaps. [Journal Article]
  • DMDisaster Med Public Health Prep 2018 Nov 02; :1-8
  • Gardner AH, Dziuban EJ, … Prasher JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Key gaps exist in information to support the safe and successful use of MCMs in children during radiation emergencies; failure to address these gaps could have negative consequences for families and communities. There is a clear need for pediatric-specific guidance to ensure clinicians can appropriately identify, triage, and treat children who have been exposed to radiation, and for resources to ensure accurate communication about the safety and utility of radiation MCMs for children. (Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness. 2018;page 1 of 8).
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