Overview of Potential Agents of Biological Terrorism

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine. (n.d.). Overview of Potential Agents of Biological Terrorism. (Accessed 7/10/2019.)
This webpage includes information on how infectious agents can be used in mass casualty incidents and historical background and trends. The following information is provided for select category A, B, and C agents: microbiology and epidemiology, clinical features, laboratory diagnosis, antimicrobial therapy, post exposure prophylaxis, vaccination, and infection control procedures/ management.
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