The medical world
10 June 2021
Ouvry takes over the company Sulitec and complete its CBRNe individual protection offer with high temperature thermal protection and insulationOuvry group (Lyon), a SME specialized in CBRN body and respiratory protection systems and CBRN decontamination, announces the takeover of Sulitec (situated in Saint-Alban-de-Roche), specialist in high temperature protection and insulation based on technical textile...
15 April 2021
POLYAGRI® : THE PPE OVERSEAS VERSION FINALIST OF THE EPIDOM CHALLENGE, COMMERCIALIZED BY “PB SECURAMA” THE AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT SPECIALISTWe announced at the end of 2019 in this article: the Polyagri® is in the final of the EPIDOM challenge! After 2 years of work with QUALITROPIC and the farmers of the French overseas departments, the Polyagri® has been redesigned and now includes the expectations in...
30 June 2020
TRANSTUN : CALL FOR EXPERTSTRANSTUN project is a public-private initiative that addresses the concrete CBRN risk of chemical events in EU tunnels. The main objective is to improve the preparedness and response of operators, emergency responders and Member States in addressing CBRN threats in cross...
19 September 2021
A forgotten combat gas? Chlorine gasIn the columns of this blog, we have already spoken about Chlorine on several occasions and we have recalled, in particular, that it was used for the first time by the German army on April 22, 1915 at Ypres: 160 tons of chlorine that enveloped the French troops in their d...
5 September 2021
Are we prepared to manage patients who have suffered a terrorist attack with mustard gas?An excellent article by Garriou et al, ” Quels enseignements peut-on tirer de l’utilisation récente de l’ypérite au Levant, ” A. Garriou, O. Dubourg, R. Doaré, H. Delacour, Médecine de Catastrophe, Urgences collectives, 2021, 5, 253-258, which has just been pu...
28 August 2021
Antimicrobial textilesWhat is it about? Textiles have the ability to retain moisture and provide a large surface area for microorganisms of all kinds to adhere to. As long as nutrients are deposited on them, bacteria and other microscopic fungi can multiply and thus damage the textile itself b...