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Management of decontamination in chemical accidents: a laboratory model

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Hundhammer, Tobias ; Lindner, Regina ; Caccia, Leopold ; Langbehn, Hannes ; Petermichl, Walter ; Dittmar, Michael ; Gruber, Michael
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Rapid and efficient decontamination of the skin is a major task for emergency rescue services in the event of a chemical accident involving humans. While rinsing the skin with water (and soap) has been the standard procedure, some skepticism has developed in recent years regarding the situational suitability of this method. The efficacy of three different decontamination materials/techniques ...


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