CHAUNCEY D. LEAKE; DAVID F. MARSH
The various kinds of war gases, their methods of action, and routine clinical procedures for handling injuries from them have been abundantly publicized in various monographs, brochures, and "official" pamphlets. The uniformity of organization of these tracts suggests that many of them are simply slight modifications of similar publications issued 25 years ago. Fortunately, during the past year, under the auspices of the civilian preparedness organizations, some revision has occurred which is based on increased knowledge and wiser application of it. More attention is being paid to the mechanism of action of war gases, and there is broader understanding of
LEAKE CD, MARSH DF. THE MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF CIVILIAN WAR GAS INJURY(THE MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF CIVILIAN WAR GAS INJURY*). Ann Intern Med. 1944;20:376–389. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-20-3-376
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