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Radiation – Learn More About Radiation and Health. http://emergency.cdc.gov/ Frequently Asked Questions About a Radiation Emergency

Frequently Asked Questions About KI (Potassium Iodide) [pdf 45k]

KI, Schools and Children [English] [Español] (updated 9/2005)

KI for Children - Special Instructions [English] [Español] (updated 9/2005)

Potassium Iodide Fact Sheet           

Frequently Asked Questions About a Nuclear Blast

Radioactive Contamination and Radiation Exposure

Sheltering in Place During a Radiation Emergency

arrow Evacuation in a Radiation Emergency

Dirty Bombs


State Partners

Department of Environmental Protection

Office of Emergency Management


Other Resources

F.D.A

http://www.bt.cdc.gov/radiation/

CDC's Roles in the Event of a Radiological Terrorist Attack


First Responder Information

Casualty Management After a Deliberate Release of Radioactive Material

Casualty Management After Detonation of a Nuclear Weapon in an Urban Area


Information for Clinicians and Hospitals

Acute Radiation Syndrome: A Fact Sheet for Physicians

Prenatal Radiation Exposure: A Fact Sheet for Physicians

Interim Guidelines for Hospital Response to Mass Casualties from a Radiological Incident

Roundtable on Hospital Communciations in a Mass Casualty Radiological Event

Medical Treatment of Radiological Casualties


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