Written by world-renowned scientists, this volume portrays the possible direct and indirect devastation of human health from a nuclear attack. The most comprehensive work yet produced on this subject, The Medical Implications of Nuclear War includes an overview of the potential environmental and physical effects of nuclear bombardment, describes the problems of choosing who among the injured would get the scarce medical care available, addresses the nuclear arms race from a psychosocial perspective, and reviews the medical needs--in contrast to the medical resources likely to be available--after a nuclear attack. It should serve as the definitive statement on the consequences of nuclear war.-- Arms Control TodayAttack Environment Manual. CPG-2- 1A2. Washington, D.C.: Federal Emergency ... D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office. 7Brode, H. L., and R. D. Small. 1983. Fire Damage and Strategic Targeting. PSR Note 567. Los Angeles, Calif.
|Title||:||The Medical Implications of Nuclear War|
|Author||:||Fredric Solomon, Robert Q. Marston|
|Publisher||:||National Academies - 1986-01-01|