The first edition of this book, Chemical Warfare Agents: Toxicity at Low Levels, was published just prior to the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001. Reflecting a greater sense of urgency within the field of chemical defense since this event, research related to chemical warfare agents (CWAs) continues to expand at a remarkable pace. Chemical Warfare Agents: Pharmacology, Toxicology, and Therapeutics, Second Edition explores the latest methods and products for preventing, diagnosing, and treating the acute and chronic effects of toxic CWA exposure. This edition citesthe key developments in chemical defense research since 2001, including new epidemiological or clinical studies of exposed or potentially exposed populations; new treatment concepts and products; improved organization of the national response apparatus in the U.S. addressing the potential for CWA terrorism; and improved diagnostic tests that enable rapid diagnosis and treatment. Leading researchers explain how these breakthroughs help researchers determine physiologically relevant detection thresholds and develop more effective countermeasures and national response procedures. Chemical Warfare Agents provides first responders and emergency medical teams with the most up-to-date information they need to prepare for and handle natural disasters, chemical spills, terrorism, and warfare situationsaquickly and effectively.Davis, L.L., E.C. Frazier, R.B. Williford and J.M. Newell. 2006. Long-term pharmacotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorder. CNS Drugs 20(6): 465a76. de Quervain, D.J. 2006. ... 2006. Predicting PTSD prospectively based on prior trauma history and immediate biological responses. Ann NY ... administration of soman on acquisition of avoidanceaescape behavior by laboratory rats. ... U.S. Department of the Army; Employment of Chemical Agents, Field Manual 3a10, Washington, DC.
|Title||:||Chemical Warfare Agents|
|Author||:||James A. Romano, Brian J. Lukey, Harry Salem|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2007-12-17|