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EBNESINA 2006, 9(1): 19-25 Back to browse issues page
Fighting bioterrorism and controlling the related diseases
K Alizadeh , S Javani
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Although the history of bioterrorism dates back to a long time ago, recently it has been brought up to the attention of medical and health agencies again. Bioterrorism is defined as the use of biological factors in a crowd of civilians to create panic and horror. Therefore to elicit people’s prompt reaction in prevention of such panic that causes social and mental harms, boosting the provision of adequate hospital and paramedical facilities can alleviate the magnitude of the harms. Guide-line plan for fighting and control of the disease related to bioterrorism, must have variety of aspect that cover all involved ward of hospital. Therefore preparation of hospital for rapid attack of patients, laboratory and drug supports and administration psychiatric aspect of bioterrorism must be in guideline plan. By attention to variety of biologic factors that use in wars, for rapid discovery of these attacks, elevation information level of health and treatment personals is necessary.
Keywords: Bioterrorism, Biological defense, Microbial fa
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2012/03/8 | Accepted: 2014/06/3 | Published: 2014/06/3
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Alizadeh K, Javani S. Fighting bioterrorism and controlling the related diseases. EBNESINA. 2006; 9 (1) :19-25
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