5 edition of Medical Consequences of Nuclear Warfare (Textbooks of Military Medicine) found in the catalog.
April 10, 2000
by Dept. of the Army
Written in English
|Contributions||Richard I. Walker (Afterword), T. Jan Cerveny (Editor), Walter Reed Army Medical Center Borden Institute (Producer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||287|
Introduction. No disaster experienced in recorded history resembles the potential destruction of major nuclear war. Nonetheless, past disasters can give us pointers to the likely responses of those who survive the immediate effects, though it will always be necessary to interpret the findings carefully with due allowance for the differences that restrict the applicability of the . The two nuclear bombs used in killed approximately , people, and were of modest nuclear capacity ( kiloton). The damage that can be done by kiloton capability modern nuclear warfare is indeed unfathomable. The potential damage that can be caused by these deadly weapons has been estimated in recent scientific publications.
Discussing nuclear armageddon and the medical consequences of nuclear war with panel Herbert Scoville, Panel discusses nuclear warfare and its consequences. BROADCAST: Jun. 19, | DURATION: Lynn Caine discusses her book "Widow" Jun. 28, On p they say, "nuclear explosions would cloak the atmosphere in a dark veil which would hinder sunlight for many weeks." If nuclear winter follows in the wake of nuclear warfare, the authors' efforts to distinguish between the effects of nuclear weapons and those of nuclear war is a distinction without a difference.
The list of chemical warfare agents officially designated as such by the US military includes those chemicals that are intended to cause death or serious injury and also those intended to cause incapacitation, that is, temporary inability to perform one’s military duties. Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Weapons (ePub. The onset of nuclear warfare in Hiroshima and Nagasaki had far-reaching implications for the world of medicine. The study of the A-bomb and its implications led to the launching of new fields and avenues of research, most notably in genetics and radiation studies.
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Nuclear events and their consequences --Acute radiation syndrome in humans --Triage and treatment of radiation-injured mass casualties --Treatment of internal radionuclide contamination --Infectious complications of radiation injury --Biological assessment of radiation damage --Behavioral and neurophysiological changes with exposure to ionizing.
From the much-referenced and highly acclaimed Textbooks of Military Medicine Medical Consequences of Nuclear Warfare book, Medical Consequences of Nuclear Warfare provides a detailed review of nuclear events and their consequences, plus a comprehensive examination of the effects of radiation exposure on humans.
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and may not accurately reflect published book. Addeddate OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource. Contents: Nuclear events and their consequences --Acute radiation syndrome in humans --Triage and treatment of radiation-injured mass casualties --Treatment of internal radionuclide contamination --Infectious complications of radiation injury --Biological assessment of radiation damage --Behavioral and.
Medical Consequences of Nuclear Warfare is the second volume of Part 1, Warfare, Weaponry, and the Casualty. It addresses the increasingly important medical challenges of the consequences and management of radiation injuries.
The presence of vast nuclear arsenals has had a paradoxical effect on our collective human consciousness: because we are.
Medical Consequences of Nuclear Warfare is the second volume of Part 1, Warfare, Weaponry, and the Casualty.
It addresses the increasingly important medical challenges of the consequences and management of radiation injuries. The presence of vast nuclear arsenals has had a paradoxical effect on our collective human.
Medical Consequences of Radiological and Nuclear Weapons INTRODUCTION Among the most complex and challenging threats facing the United States and other nations in the 21st century is the possibility of a radiological or nuclear attack.
Humankind’s most powerful armaments, nuclear bombs, are the very definition of a weapon of mass destruction. Medical Consequences of Nuclear Warfare Contents.
Front Matter. Preface. Chapter 1: Nuclear Events and Their Consequences. Figure ; Figure ; Figure ; Figure ; Figure ; Table ; Table ; Chapter 2: Acute Radiation Syndrome in Humans. Figure ; Figure ; Figure ; Figure ; Figure ; Figure ; Figure ; Figure 2.
Harwell, T. Hutchinson, Environmental Consequences of Nuclear War: Volume II: Ecological and Agricultural Effects, 2nd ed., Wiley, New York (). supported those initial studies and shed further light on the phenomena involved. The Textbook of Military Medicine (TMM) is a series of volumes on military medicine published since by the Borden Institute, of the Office of The Surgeon General, of the United States Department of the constitutes a comprehensive, multi-volume treatise on the art and science of military medicine, as practiced by the United States armed forces.
Medical Book Awards (by the American Medical Writers Association) Category: Physicians, Title Received: Honorable Mention. More About the Book from the Borden Institute: Fort Sam Houston, TX, Febru – As technology advances, so too does weaponry.
Given modern threats of radiological and nuclear terrorism, and in light of recent natural. The Consequences of Nuclear War Nuclear War: Nuclear warfare (sometimes atomic warfare or thermonuclear warfare) is a military conflict or political strategy in which nuclear weaponry is used to inflict damage on the r weapons are weapons of mass destruction; in contrast to conventional warfare, nuclear warfare can produce.
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The first chapter is an overview of nuclear events and their consequences. Effects of Nuclear Earth-Penetrator and Other Weapons, Consensus Study Report,Committee on the Effects of Nuclear Earth-Penetrator and Other Weapons: Division on engineering and Physical Sciences, National Research Council of the National Academies; Walker RI, Cerveny TJ, eds.: Medical Consequences of Nuclear Warfare.
In: Zajtchuk R. The Immunological Impact of Nuclear Warfare DAVID S. GOFER, M.D., md LA~NCE S. MEN Brown University Program in Medicine, Providlence, Rhode Islandt Medical interest in nuclear warfare initially was focused on the im- mediate effects in human populations of blast, heat, and radiation and the futility of civil defense measures.
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Anthony B. Mickelson MD (Editor), U.S. Army Medical Department The Borden Institute (Editor), Patricia D. Horoho (Foreword) & ISBN ISBNthe devastating medical consequences of a nuclear war; prevention is the only reasonable medical re- sponse to the hazards posed by nuclear weapons.
September l Annals of Internal Medicine l Volume 97 l Number 3. To foster prevention of nuclear war, the American The health care system would be assaulted also by the.