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Terrorism wms

Differient bombs that terrorist use to get their point across

Terrorism that is carried out by not of the host's country, aka cross boarder terrorist international terrorism
Terrorism carried out by naitive citizen of country being attacked domestic terroist
any agent designed to bring about mass death Wepons of mass distruction
meaning: the public safty community generally has no prior knowlege of time location or nature of an attack covert
meaning:when you come in contact with a contaminated person who has not yet been decontaminated cross contamination
a device intended primarily to to injure responders and secure media coverage secondary bombs
term used to decribe how long chemical will stay on surface before ecaporation persistancy and volatitly
term used to describe how the agent most effectively enters the body route of exposure
meaning: enters the body through respiratory tract in the form of vapors vapor hazard
meaning: give off very little vapors but enters body through skin contact hazard
Meaning: blister agents vesicants
primary route for blister agents contact
sulfer mustard, lewisite and phosgene-oximne are examples of blister agents
symbol: sulfer mustard H
symbol: Lewisite L
Symbol: Phosgene oxime CX
a brownish yellowish oily substance that is usually considered very persistant. Absorbed into skin. causes cellular mutations Sulfer Mustard (agent H)
produces blister wounds very simular to mustard, they are very volitile and have rapid onset symptoms. Patient may have greyish discoloration at contamminated site lewsite (L) and phosgene oximie (CX)
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