Radiation Injury After a Nuclear Detonation Medical Consequences and the Need for Scarce Resources Allocation
DiCarlo, A.L., Maher, C., Hick, J.L. et al. (2011). Radiation Injury After a Nuclear Detonation: Medical Consequences and the Need for Scarce Resources Allocation. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. Volume 5. Supplement 1.
This literature review focuses on radiation injuries from human exposures and animal models and is accompanied by various triage and management approaches (covered in the rest of this special issue).
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