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Justification for a Nuclear Global Health Workforce: multidisciplinary analysis of risk, survivability & preparedness, with emphasis on the triage management of thermal burns / Frederick M. Burkle; Tom Potokar; James E. Gosney; Cham Dallas

Conflict and Health, Volume: 11, Issue: 1

Swansea University Author: Tom, Potokar

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An assessment of the risks of nuclear conflict and the global preparedness to deal with such a catastrophe. Includes a proposal for triage and management of burn injuries based on a model of what would happen if there was a nuclear attack on Washington DC. Summarises the need for a global nuclear wo...

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ISSN: 1752-1505
Published: 2017
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