Bioterrorism: guidelines for medical and public health management, Volume 496
American Medical Association, 2002 - History - 244 pages
This valuable resource also includes seminal articles describing the diagnosis and management of the victims and survivors of the first bioterrorist attack with anthrax in the United States. Also included is an article on the principles of quarantine and isolation, a useful discussion for the medical, public health, and policy communities.
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