Proposal for Reforming Prehospital Response to Chemical Terrorism Disasters in Japan Going Back to the Basics of Saving the Lives of the Injured by S

Based on experiences and observations garnered during the 1995 Japan sarin subway attacks, the authors propose changes to chemical attack response protocols. They identify challenges among firefighting operations in Japan, compare them to current guidance and protocol in other countries, and then flag key issues and areas for change
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