Validating Signs and Symptoms From An Actual Mass Casualty Incident to Characterize An Irritant Gas Syndrome Agent

The authors used patient data from a chemical incident to describe, categorize, and validate symptoms and signs of irritant gas syndrome agent exposures. They grouped signs/symptoms into three clusters: respiratory, chest discomfort, and eye, nose, and/or throat pain.
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