Limitations and Challenges in Treatment of Acute Chemical Warfare Agent Poisoning
Thiermann, H., Worek, F., and Kehe, K. (2013). Limitations and Challenges in Treatment of Acute Chemical Warfare Agent Poisoning. (Abstract only.) Chemico-Biological Interac.
The authors explain that traditional treatment with autoinjectors (filled with a combination of atropine and an oxime) is not effective against all nerve agents. They list considerations for treatment, including broad spectrum oximes or a combination of oximes and further research into the use of stem cells.
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