- Bioterrorism: A primary care perspective. Glaser, Vicki // Patient Care;Apr2002, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p33
Provides information on several bioterrorism-related diseases. Anthrax; Smallpox; Botulism; Tularemia.
- Biological weapons. Bossi, P.; Garin, D.; Guihot, A.; Gay, F.; Crance, J.-M.; Debord, T.; Autran, B.; Bricaire, F. // Cellular & Molecular Life Sciences;Oct2006, Vol. 63 Issue 19/20, p2196
Bioterrorism is defined by the intentional or threatened of microorganisms or toxins derived from living organisms to cause death or diseases in humans, animals or plants on which we depend. The other major point is to generate fear in the population. More than 180 pathogens have been reported...
- Agents of bioterrorism well known throughout history. Hohen, Mary Ellen; Medow, Norman B. // Ophthalmology Times;3/15/2002, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p38
Studies the agents of bioterrorism in the U.S. Cause of anthrax; Epidemiology of smallpox; Characteristics of plaque and tularemia.
- Biological terrorism and warfare: Not sci-fi any longer. Cross Jr., J. Thomas // Contemporary Pediatrics;Dec2001, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p37
Discusses the treatment of four diseases associated with biological terrorism. Smallpox; Anthrax; Botulism; Plague.
- Detection of Disease Outbreaks by the Use of Oral Manifestations. Torres-Urquidy, M. H.; Wallstrom, G.; Schleyer, T. K. L. // Journal of Dental Research;Jan2009, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p89
Oral manifestations of diseases caused by bioterrorist agents could be a potential data source for biosurveillance. This study had the objectives of determining the oral manifestations of diseases caused by bioterrorist agents, measuring the prevalence of these manifestations in emergency...
- Recognition and Management of Bioterrorism Infections. O'Brien, Karen K.; Higdon, Mark L.; Halverson, Jaime J. // American Family Physician;5/1/2003, Vol. 67 Issue 9, p1927
Summarizes health information on the recognition and management of bioterrorism infections in the U.S. Anthrax; Smallpox; Plague; Botulinum toxin; Viral hemorrhagic fever.
- Integrating the AGENTS OF BIOTERRORISM into the General Biology Curriculum. Pommerville, Jeffrey C. // American Biology Teacher (National Association of Biology Teache;
Part II. Describes the mechanism of action for several agents of bioterrorism and the learning cycle for integrating these agents into the general biology curriculum. Anthrax; Plague; Smallpox.
- Dental Professionals: In War Against Bioterrorism. Kaul, Rachna; Shilpa P. S.; Sanjay C. J.; Sultana, Nishat; Bhat, Suraksha // Indian Journal of Stomatology;2014, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p12
Bioterrorism, the deliberate use of biological agents to harm people, is related to the military use of biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons. Their threat remains a leading cause of global concern. The preparedness against these agents need complete knowledge about the disease, better...
- STORIES OF THE SOVIET ANTI-PLAGUE SYSTEM. MAHONEY, CASEY W.; TOPPIN, JAMES W.; ZILINSKAS, RAYMOND A. // CNS Occasional Papers;Aug2013, Issue 18, preceding p1
The article presents a report on the anti-plague (AP) system of Russia aimed to protect the people from diseases that include tularemia, anthrax, and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever. Topics include essays on field research in Russian regions, the elimination of epidemics of plague, and virulent...