|Disasters Preparedness and Mitigation - Issue No. 51 - July, 1992 (PAHO)|
The articles listed in this section are of interest to health professionals and others responsible for various aspects of disaster relief and preparedness programs. They have been reproduced and recently added to the collection of articles available upon request. Please quote the reference code listed to the left of the publications title when requesting articles.
I.9 Epidemic Cholera in Latin America. JAMA, Vol. 267(10):13881390, March 1992
I.10 La misión de los bomberos en incendios que involucran a productos químicos. Bill Cooney. Revista de la Organización Internacional de la Protección Civil, No. 13. Noviembre-Diciembre.1991
J.1 Environmental impact of the Chernobyl accident: mutagenesis in bank voles from Sweden. M. Cristaldi et al. International Journal of Radiation Biology, Vol. 59(1):31-40, 1991.
J.2 Disaster management: lessons learned. Jorie S. Klein. RN. and John A. Wigelt, MD, FACS. Surgical Clinics of North America, Vol. 71(2):257-266, April 1991.
J.3 Las epidemias en Mexico durante el siglo XVI. Germán Somolinos d'Ardois, M.D. Salud Pública de México, Vol. 30(4):639-644. July-August 19X8.
J.4 Hurricane Gilbert devastated Caribbean medical school. Rolf Richards, MD. CMAJ, Vol 140, January 15, 1989.
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