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close this bookMitigation of Disasters in Health Facilities: Volume 3: Architectural Issues (PAHO)
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View the documentPreface
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View the documentIntroduction
close this folderChapter 1: characteristics of disasters
View the documentTypes of disaster
View the documentEffects of disasters
View the documentConceptual framework
View the documentHazard and seismic risk
close this folderChapter 2: architectural design of hospitals
close this folderCharacteristics of hospital design
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View the documentPlanning
View the documentInternal considerations and basic areas
View the documentInterrelationship of the sectors
close this folderChapter 3: mitigation measures in hospital design
close this folderFunctional analysis of hospital sectors
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View the documentMitigation measures in hospital planning
View the documentMitigation measures in general zoning
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close this folderProblems of form and volume
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View the documentProblems of configuration in the ground plan
View the documentProblems of vertical configuration
close this folderChapter 4: functional and nonstructural vulnerability of hospitals
View the documentFunctional loss from nonstructural damage
View the documentStructural damage due to nonstructural components
close this folderChapter 5: mitigating nonstructural damage
View the documentInventory, inspection, and evaluation
close this folderReduction of vulnerability
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View the documentMitigation of damages in water and electrical installations
View the documentThe influence of architectural finishes
View the documentMitigation of damage to equipment
close this folderChapter 6: university and professional training
View the documentCurriculum reform
View the documentContinuing education
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close this folderAnnex 1: case study of seismic design
View the documentVeterans administration hospital
close this folderAnnex 2: form and volume of buildings*
View the documentMedical facility, low-rise
View the documentMedical facility, medium- to high-rise

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Il Simposio Latinoamericano de Riesgo Geológico Urbano, Vol.1, EAFIT, Pereira, Julio 1992.

2. Cardona O.D., "Términos de Uso Común en Manejo de Riesgos", AGID Report No. 13, EAFIT, I Seminario Andino de Geología Ambiental, Medellín, Abril 1990.

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13. Arnold, C., Reitherman, R., Building Configuration and Seismic Design, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1982.

14. Organización Panamericana de la Sauld, Análisis de Riesgo en el Diseño de Hospitales en Zonas Sísmicas, Washington, D.C., 1989.

15. Dowrick, D.J., Diseño de Estructuras Resistentes a Sismos para Ingenieros y Arquitectos. México: Limusa, 1984.

16. Arnold, C., et al., Seismic Considerations for Health Care Facilities (FEMA report no. 150, EHRS 35), Washington, D.C., 1987.

17. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Instructor Guide for Nonstructural Earthquake Mitigation for Hospitals and other Health Care Facilities, Emmitsburg, Maryland, 1988.

18. EERI, Nonstructural Issues of Seismic Design and Construction (Publication no. 84-04), 1984.

19. FEMA, Non Structural Earthquake Hazard Mitigation for Hospitals and Other Care Facilities (FEMA report no. IG 370), 1989.

20. Reitherman, R., Reducing the Risks of Nonstructural Earthquake Damage: A Practical Guide, San Francisco: Bay Area Earthquake Preparedness Project, 1986, (FEMA report no. 74, 1985.)

21. FEMA, Seismic Protection Provisions for Furniture, Equipment, and Supplies for Veterans Administration Hospitals, Washington, D. C., 1987.