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What to do in case of a major CBRN incident?

What to do in case of a major CBRN incident?

A very interesting review article has just been published in the journal “surgery”. It’s signed A. Calder and S. Bland and we can find him by following this link . Several major accidents involving a CBRN component have occurred over the past 25 years. These include the deliberate use of chemicals in Tokyo in 1995 (Sarin), Iraq…

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Phytopharmaceutical products (phytosanitary)

Phytopharmaceutical products (phytosanitary)

There is a lot of talk about plant phytosanitary products and this is an opportunity to take a look at the use of these chemical or biological substances in agriculture and the protection measures associated with them. Definitions A phytopharmaceutical product is a preparation containing one or more active substances for: protect plants or plant…

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From BCN  to BCRNE

From BCN to BCRNE

Called the BCN threat – Bacteriological or Biological, Chemical, Nuclear, – during the Cold War, we now call it the BCRNE threat –  Biological, Chemical, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosive. Beyond the change of acronym, it is also a paradigm shift that has been achieved: the state threats “mass destruction weapons” have been replaced by the terrorist threats…

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Field tests for the detection of biological and chemical agents in the BCRNe

Field tests for the detection of biological and chemical agents in the BCRNe

The detection  First-aid workers may need to quickly identify the contents of a chemical and/or biological product spread on a surface in order to take appropriate protective and decontamination measures. This is the case, for example, of a white powder contained in an envelope. There are a number of systems on the market that are…

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Salmonella

Salmonella

Recent events regarding the contamination of infant milk with a strain of Salmonella in France, lead us to ask ourselves the question of the use of such bacteria for malicious purposes in the field of BCRNe for example. The Facts On 1 December 2017 an outbreak of Salmonella Agona in children was identified.  By 11…

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