Medical care of ill disaster evacuees; additional diagnoses to consider
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Medical care of ill disaster evacuees; additional diagnoses to consider

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  • Alternative Title:
    Disaster safety
  • Description:
    Presenting symptoms -- Alphabetical listing of clinical summaries. Common medical problems will continue to be the most prevalent conditions among evacuees. However, evacuees have been exposed to potentially contaminated flood waters and crowded living conditions, and have had many opportunities for traumatic injury therefore; clinicians also should consider some less common diagnoses when evaluating patients. This document outlines, by presenting symptoms and alphabetically, some conditions to consider when providing healthcare to evacuees.
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    At head of title: Disaster safety
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