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close this bookSerie Manuales y Guías sobre Desastres, No. 5 - Manejo de Cadáveres en Situaciones de Desastre (OPS; 2004; 207 paginas) [EN] View the PDF document
View the documentAgradecimientos
View the documentPrefacio
View the documentIntroducción
open this folder and view contentsCapítulo 1: Preparativos paracasos de muertes masivas
open this folder and view contentsCapítulo 2: Trabajo médico-legal
close this folderCapítulo 3: Consideraciones sanitarias en casos de muertes masivas
View the documentIntroducción
View the documentMitos
View the documentRiesgo epidemiológico de cadáveres en áreas con enfermedades endémicas
View the documentBases científicas que demuestran la inexistencia de riesgo epidémico en áreas no endémicas
View the documentCadáveres de animales
View the documentConclusiones
View the documentBibliografía
open this folder and view contentsCapítulo 4: Aspectos socioculturales
open this folder and view contentsCapítulo 5: Aspectos psicológicos
open this folder and view contentsCapítulo 6: Aspectos legales
open this folder and view contentsCapítulo 7: Estudios de caso
View the documentRecomendaciones finales
View the documentMitos y realidades del manejo de cadáveres
View the documentGlosario
View the documentCouverture Arrière
 

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Harvey, P; Baghri, S; Reed, B. Emergency sanitation: assessment and programme design. WEDC, Loughborough University; 2002.

Healing, T.D; Hoffman, P; Young, S.E. Guide to infection control in the hospitals. Second edition. Internacional Society for Infectious Diseases; 2000. Ch. 42.

Healing, T.D; Hoffman, P; Young, S.E. The infectious hazards of human cadavers. En: Commun Dis Rep CDR Rev 1995;5:61-8.

Norton, S.A; Lyons, C. Blister beetles and the ten plagues. En: Lancet 2002;359:1950.

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