Chemical Warfare Agents: Toxicity at Low Levels
M. Somani Satu, James A. Romano Jr., James A. Romano, Harry Salem, Brian J. Lukey
CRC Press, Dec 7, 2000 - Medical - 464 pages
Many books cover the emergency response to chemical terrorism. But what happens after the initial crisis? Chlorine, phosgene, and mustard were used in World War I. Only years after the war were the long-term effects of these gases realized. In the 60s, 70s, and 80s, these and other agents were used in localized wars. Chemical Warfare Agents: Toxicity at Low Levels explores the long range effects of, protection against, and remedies for chemicals used during war and the chronic problems possibly resulting from toxic exposures during the Persian Gulf War.
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