The Centers for Disease Control has established a Bioterrorism Program to ensure the rapid development of federal, state, and local capacity to address potential bioterrorism events.
The Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) published by the Centers for Disease Control notifies clinicians of serious ongoing and emerging infectious disease threats.
Weekly Epidemiological Record. Information on cases and outbreaks of diseases under the International Health Regulations and on other communicable diseases of public health importance, including emerging or re-emerging infection
International Health Regulations. An international legal instrument that is binding on 194 countries across the globe, including all the Member States of WHO
Clinicians Biosecurity Network. Update on Personal Protective Equipment
Biosecurity and Bioterrorism Is Now Health Security|
PR Newswire (press release)
BALTIMORE, Feb. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The journal Biosecurity and Bioterrorism has changed its name to Health Security. The bimonthly peer-reviewed journal is published in print and online by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., Publishers, of New ...
New regs for Friday: railroads, state rail systems, airline messaging and ...|
The Agricultural Bioterrorism Protection Act of 2002 requires a biennial review and republication of the list. In determining whether to include an agent or toxin on the list, the law requires the effect the toxin will have on production and ...
Bioterrorism threat must not be tolerated - Peters|
A bioterrorism threat to New Zealand will not be tolerated and is a despicable threat to life, says the Rt Hon Winston Peters, Leader of New Zealand First. "Whatever it takes, the people who have made this unprecedented Bioterrorism must be brought to ...
The next epidemic|
â€śOf all the things that could kill more than 10 million people around the world,â€ť writes philanthropist Bill Gates in the New England Journal of Medicine, â€śthe most likely is an epidemic stemming from either natural causes or bioterrorism.â€ť Beginning ...
Looking back at Typhoid Mary 100 years later|
Yet it is worth remembering that each incidence of diarrhoeal infection is also an individual act of bioterrorism. Salmonella Typhimurium was actually used as a terrorist weapon in the United States in 1984, and the report on the incident was ...
Reinsurance in Israel, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2018|
Insurance News Net
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Bioterrorism Week -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nwt2wp/reinsurance_in) has announced the addition of the "Reinsurance in Israel , Key Trends and Opportunities to 2018" ...
Hundreds vaccinated at makeshift clinic after report of restaurant server with ...|
It helped that county employees underwent a drill March 13 during which they responded to a hypothetical bioterrorism attack. The cost of the injections was unclear Monday, as was which level of government would pay for them â€“ the county, the state or ...
Public Health: A day in the life|
Your family goes to sleep comforted by the fact that public health is prepared to save lives in the unlikely event of a bioterrorism attack. The moon glows over the plains of Southeast Colorado. As you lie in bed musing on the day, you realize that ...
Five from IU Bloomington, IUPUI receive prestigious research awards from NSF|
Two endospore-forming bacterial strains, Clostridium botulinum and Bacillus anthracis, are Category A bioterrorism agents. The unusual tolerance of endospore-forming bacteria to high-dose UV irradiation arises from the action of spore photoproduct ...
The Changing Politics and Consistent Science of Vaccinations|
In order to be ready, especially in an age of potential bioterrorism, we must have a firm national commitment to scientific research and the development of vaccines - and to their use when public health requires it. That's essential to the safety of ...
J. A. D. E.
eMedicine table of contents
Biological Warfare Agents|
Chemical Detection Equipment|
Chemical Warfare Agents|
Chemical Warfare Mass Casualty Management|
Cyanides, Cyanogen Chloride|
Evaluation Of A Biological Warfare Victim|
Evaluation Of A Chemical Warfare Victim|
Glanders and Melioidosis|
Incapacitating Agents, 3-quinuclidinyl Benzilate|
Incapacitating Agents, Agent 15|
Incapacitating Agents, Cannabinoids|
Incapacitating Agents, LSD|
Incendiary Agents, Magnesium and Thermite|
Incendiary Agents, Napalm|
Incendiary Agents, White Phosphorus|
Irritants: Cs, Cn, Cnc, Ca, Cr, Cnb, PS|
Lung-Damaging Agents, Chlorine|
Lung-damaging Agents, Chloropicrin|
Lung-damaging Agents, Diphosgene|
Lung-damaging Agents, Phosgene|
Lung-damaging Agents, Toxic Smokes: Nox, Hc, Rp, Fs, Fm, Sgf2, Teflon|
Nerve Agents, G-series: Tabun, Sarin, Soman|
Nerve Agents, V-series: Ve, Vg, Vm, Vx|
Personal Protective Equipment|
Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B|
Urticants, Phosgene Oxime|
Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis|
Vesicants, Mustard: Hd, Hn1-3, H|
Vesicants, Organic Arsenicals: L, ED, MD, PD, HL|
Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers|
Vomiting Agents: Dm, Da, Dc|
Newsletter from Washington DC
GU Infectious Disease Posters
Minnesota Dept of Health
MDH News Release
CDC Health Advisory
Newsletter 23 November 2010
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The Mortara Center for International Studies, and the Center for Infectious Disease, Georgetown University invite you to a one-day symposium to coincide with the first World Malaria Day, April 25.
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The Breivik controversy: politics, terrorism and psychiatry.
Review of a new molecular virus pathotyping method in the context of bioterrorism.
Fire disaster following LPG tanker explosion at Chala in Kannur (Kerala, India): August 27, 2012.
Einstein (Sao Paulo)
Experimental adaptation of an influenza H5HA strain confers respiratory droplet transmission to reassortant H5H/H1N1 virus strain in ferrets.
Forensic Sci Int
Countermeasures against chemical terrorism in Japan.
Triage of mass casualties in war conditions: realities and lessons learned.
J Burn Care Res
Disaster planning: the basics of creating a burn mass casualty disaster plan for a burn center.
J Bus Contin Emer Plan
Targeted assets risk analysis.
J Forensic Sci
Forensic applications of light-element stable isotope ratios of Ricinus communis seeds and ricin preparations.
Pediatr Emerg Care
Developing a practical algorithm for a pediatric emergency department's response to radiological dispersal device events.
Prehosp Disaster Med
Design of a model to predict surge capacity bottlenecks for burn mass casualties at a large academic medical center.
Hospital preparedness in advance of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
Medical support at a large-scale motorsports mass-gathering event: the inaugural Formula One United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas.
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