Emergency Medical Support in Radiation Accidents

  • P. E. H. De Temmerman
Conference paper


The concept of radiation accidents is automatically and essentially linked, in the mind of the public and even among national and medical authorities, to the picture of nuclear plant catastrophes. As a matter of fact the latter, although they fortunately are extremely rare, monopolize the attention and the general concern.


Emergency Medical Service Radioactive Material Emergency Team Real Radiation Ambulance Personnel 
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Suggested Supplemented Reading

  1. De Temmerman P, Askenasi R, Corne L, Flamand JC (1983) Aide Médicale Urgente, soins ambulanciers. Elsevier Librico S.A., BrusselsGoogle Scholar
  2. Mettler FA, Rocco F, Junkins R (1977) The role of EMTs in radiation accidents. Emergency Medical Services 5:22–25Google Scholar
  3. IAEA, WHO and ILO (1978) Safety Series No 47: Manual on early medical treatment of possible radiation injury. IAEA, Vienna, pp 99–123Google Scholar

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