Appendix B

The Likely Course of Development of Chemical and Biological Attacks

Figures B-1 and B-2 may help to clarify the important differences between chemical and biological attacks. They are reproduced from (IOM and NRC, 1999).



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Appendix B The Likely Course of Development of Chemical and Biological Attacks Figures B-1 and B-2 may help to clarify the important differences between chemical and biological attacks. They are reproduced from (IOM and NRC, 1999).

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Figure B-1 Flow chart of probable actions in a chemical agent incident.

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Figure B-2 Flow chart of probable actions in a biological agent incident. Reference IOM and NRC (Institute of Medicine and National Research Council). 1999. Chemical and Biological Terrorism: Research and Development to Improve Civilian Medical Response. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press.