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close this bookRespuesta de la Salud Pública a las Armas Biológicas y Químicas - Guía de la WHO - Segunda Edición (OPS; 2003; 302 paginas) [EN] [RU] View the PDF document
View the documentPrefacio a la edición en español
View the documentPrólogo
View the documentAgradecimientos
View the documentResumen ejecutivo
View the documentAbreviaturas y acrónimos
View the documentLista de colaboradores
open this folder and view contents1. Introducción
open this folder and view contents2. Evaluación de la amenaza a la salud pública
open this folder and view contents3. Agentes biológicos y químicos
open this folder and view contents4. Preparación y respuesta en salud pública
open this folder and view contents5. Aspectos legales
open this folder and view contents6. Fuentes internacionales de asistencia
open this folder and view contentsAnexo 1: Agentes químicos
open this folder and view contentsAnexo 2: Toxinas
open this folder and view contentsAnexo 3: Agentes biológicos
open this folder and view contentsAnexo 4: Principios de protección
close this folderAnexo 5: Precauciones contra el sabotaje de agua potable, alimentos y otros productos
View the document1. Introducción
open this folder and view contents2. Prevención
View the document3. Detección
open this folder and view contents4. Respuesta
open this folder and view contents5. Suministro de agua potable
open this folder and view contents6. Alimentos
View the document7. Otros productos
View the document8. Conclusiones
View the documentReferencias
open this folder and view contentsAnexo 6: Fuentes de información
View the documentAnexo 7: Afiliación de los estados miembro de la OMS a los tratados internacionales sobre armas químicas y biológicas
View the documentCubierta Posterior
 

Referencias

1. Khan AS, Swerdlow DL, Juranek DD. Precautions against biological and chemical terrorism directed at food and water supplies. Public Health Reports, 2001, 116:3 - 14.

2. HACCP: Introducing the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point System. Geneva, World Health Organization, 1997 (document WHO/FOS/97.2; disponible en http://whqlibdoc.who.int/hq/1997/WHOFSFFOS97.2.pdf).

3. Van Larebeke N et al. The Belgian PCB and dioxin incident of January - June 1999: exposure data and potential impact on health. Environmental Health Perspectives, 2001, 109:265 - 273.

4. MacKenzie WR. A massive outbreak in Milwaukee of Cryptosporidium infection transmitted through the public water supply. New England Journal of Medicine, 1994, 331:161 - 167.

5. Mermine JH et al. A massive epidemic of multidrug-resistant typhoid fever in Tajikistan associated with consumption of municipal water. Journal of Infectious Disease, 1999, 179:1416 - 1422.

6. Torok TJ et al. A large community outbreak of salmonellosis caused by intentional contamination of restaurant salad bars. Journal of the American Medical Association, 1997, 278:389 - 395.

7. Slifman NR et al. Contamination of botanical dietary supplements by Digitalis lanata. New

England Journal of Medicine 1998;139:806 - 811.

8. Terrorist threats to food: guidance for establishing or strengthening prevention and response systems. Geneva, World Health Organization, 2002 (document WHO/SDE/PHE/FOS; disponible en http://who.int/fsf).

 

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