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Citation

Hosp. Secur. Safety Manage. 1994; 14(9): 5-10.

Copyright

(Copyright © 1994, Rusting Publications)

DOI

unavailable

PMID

10131688

Abstract

Disasters can strike at any time, with or without warning. While all hospitals have emergency preparedness plans, anticipating every effect of a crisis on the hospital, staff, and surrounding community can be difficult. This special report will examine the response of hospitals to three disasters--an acid leak in California, a tornado in Virginia, and the summer flooding in the Midwest--and the lessons learned from those crises.


Language: en

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