Radiation Emergencies: Information Emergency Services Clinicians [2012]
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Radiation Emergencies: Information Emergency Services Clinicians [2012]

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    Emergency services physicians and nurses will be among the first clinicians to see and treat victims of radiation emergencies. Clinicians of all specialties will be responsible for providing care and information to: Patients admitted to the hospital; Patients presenting for follow-up care; Concerned individuals; and, Others with questions about health effects related to the emergency. To help clinicians develop plans and response capacity for radiation emergencies, CDC has the following resources.
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    The attached PDF file captures the intellectual content of the Radiation Emergencies webpage as of May 3, 2012. Some of the links will still operate and lead to pages or downloads of content from the Internet Archive. This preservation PDF of the web page was created by Stacks staff on 2024-04-25. If you problems accessing content, please contact Stacks staff.

    For the most current version of this page, please see: https://www.cdc.gov/nceh/radiation/emergencies/clinicians.htm

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