Decontamination Effectiveness and the Necessity of Innovation in a Large-Scale Disaster Simulation
Osmanlliu, E., Bank, I., and Khalil, E., et al. (2021). Decontamination Effectiveness and the Necessity of Innovation in a Large-Scale Disaster Simulation. (Abstract only.) American Journal of Disaster Medicine. 16(1):67-73.
This article describes a large-scale simulation of a chemical or biological incident, in which 39 adult simulated patients experienced decontamination with a wet decontamination protocol. The authors found that a wet decontamination protocol significantly reduced the simulated contaminant found on adult participants.
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