A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

A G Macintyre, G W Christopher, E Eitzen, R Gum, S Weir, C DeAtley, K Tonat, J A Barbera. JAMA 2000
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List of co-cited articles
273 articles co-cited >1



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The Tokyo subway sarin attack: disaster management, Part 2: Hospital response.
T Okumura, K Suzuki, A Fukuda, A Kohama, N Takasu, S Ishimatsu, S Hinohara. Acad Emerg Med 1998
146
20

The Tokyo subway sarin attack: disaster management, Part 1: Community emergency response.
T Okumura, K Suzuki, A Fukuda, A Kohama, N Takasu, S Ishimatsu, S Hinohara. Acad Emerg Med 1998
145
20

Report on 640 victims of the Tokyo subway sarin attack.
T Okumura, N Takasu, S Ishimatsu, S Miyanoki, A Mitsuhashi, K Kumada, K Tanaka, S Hinohara. Ann Emerg Med 1996
338
19

Chemical warfare agents: emergency medical and emergency public health issues.
R J Brennan, J F Waeckerle, T W Sharp, S R Lillibridge. Ann Emerg Med 1999
76
25

Hospital preparedness for victims of chemical or biological terrorism.
D C Wetter, W E Daniell, C D Treser. Am J Public Health 2001
95
18

Hospital preparedness for weapons of mass destruction incidents: an initial assessment.
K N Treat, J M Williams, P M Furbee, W G Manley, F K Russell, C D Stamper. Ann Emerg Med 2001
86
20

Secondary exposure of medical staff to sarin vapor in the emergency room.
H Nozaki, S Hori, Y Shinozawa, S Fujishima, K Takuma, M Sagoh, H Kimura, T Ohki, M Suzuki, N Aikawa. Intensive Care Med 1995
123
16

Medical preparedness for a terrorist incident involving chemical or biological agents during the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games.
T W Sharp, R J Brennan, M Keim, R J Williams, E Eitzen, S Lillibridge. Ann Emerg Med 1998
53
24



Principles for emergency response to bioterrorism.
M Keim, A F Kaufmann. Ann Emerg Med 1999
46
26

Anthrax as a biological weapon: medical and public health management. Working Group on Civilian Biodefense.
T V Inglesby, D A Henderson, J G Bartlett, M S Ascher, E Eitzen, A M Friedlander, J Hauer, J McDade, M T Osterholm, T O'Toole,[...]. JAMA 1999
495
11

Emergency physicians and biological terrorism.
C F Richards, J L Burstein, J F Waeckerle, H R Hutson. Ann Emerg Med 1999
39
28


Clinical recognition and management of patients exposed to biological warfare agents.
D R Franz, P B Jahrling, A M Friedlander, D J McClain, D L Hoover, W R Bryne, J A Pavlin, G W Christopher, E M Eitzen. JAMA 1997
402
10

Bioterrorism preparedness. I: The emergency department and hospital.
Carl H Schultz, Jerry L Mothershead, Morris Field. Emerg Med Clin North Am 2002
53
16

Smallpox as a biological weapon: medical and public health management. Working Group on Civilian Biodefense.
D A Henderson, T V Inglesby, J G Bartlett, M S Ascher, E Eitzen, P B Jahrling, J Hauer, M Layton, J McDade, M T Osterholm,[...]. JAMA 1999
549
8

Emergency department hazardous materials protocol for contaminated patients.
J L Burgess, M Kirk, S W Borron, J Cisek. Ann Emerg Med 1999
33
24

Hazardous materials preparedness in the emergency department.
D C Cone, S J Davidson. Prehosp Emerg Care 1997
21
38



Protective equipment for health care facility decontamination personnel: regulations, risks, and recommendations.
John L Hick, Dan Hanfling, Jonathan L Burstein, Joseph Markham, Anthony G Macintyre, Joseph A Barbera. Ann Emerg Med 2003
25
32

A large community outbreak of salmonellosis caused by intentional contamination of restaurant salad bars.
T J Török, R V Tauxe, R P Wise, J R Livengood, R Sokolow, S Mauvais, K A Birkness, M R Skeels, J M Horan, L R Foster. JAMA 1997
268
7

The looming threat of bioterrorism.
D A Henderson. Science 1999
280
7

Plague as a biological weapon: medical and public health management. Working Group on Civilian Biodefense.
T V Inglesby, D T Dennis, D A Henderson, J G Bartlett, M S Ascher, E Eitzen, A D Fine, A M Friedlander, J Hauer, J F Koerner,[...]. JAMA 2000
647
7

Hazardous materials. Disaster medical planning and response.
H W Levitin, H J Siegelson. Emerg Med Clin North Am 1996
33
21

Secondary contamination of ED personnel from hazardous materials events, 1995-2001.
D Kevin Horton, Zahava Berkowitz, Wendy E Kaye. Am J Emerg Med 2003
35
20



Chemical warfare agents: II. Nerve agents.
F R Sidell, J Borak. Ann Emerg Med 1992
141
6

Chemical warfare. Nerve agent poisoning.
C P Holstege, M Kirk, F R Sidell. Crit Care Clin 1997
101
6

Anthrax as a biological weapon, 2002: updated recommendations for management.
Thomas V Inglesby, Tara O'Toole, Donald A Henderson, John G Bartlett, Michael S Ascher, Edward Eitzen, Arthur M Friedlander, Julie Gerberding, Jerome Hauer, James Hughes,[...]. JAMA 2002
648
6

Decontamination issues for chemical and biological warfare agents: how clean is clean enough?
E Raber, A Jin, K Noonan, R McGuire, R D Kirvel. Int J Environ Health Res 2001
32
18

Acute chemical emergencies.
Stefanos N Kales, David C Christiani. N Engl J Med 2004
89
6

Hazardous materials readiness of United States level 1 trauma centers.
D P Ghilarducci, R G Pirrallo, K T Hegmann. J Occup Environ Med 2000
23
21

The Sverdlovsk anthrax outbreak of 1979.
M Meselson, J Guillemin, M Hugh-Jones, A Langmuir, I Popova, A Shelokov, O Yampolskaya. Science 1994
486
5

Hospital preparedness for hazardous materials incidents and treatment of contaminated patients.
J L Burgess, G M Blackmon, C A Brodkin, W O Robertson. West J Med 1997
27
18



Botulinum toxin as a biological weapon: medical and public health management.
S S Arnon, R Schechter, T V Inglesby, D A Henderson, J G Bartlett, M S Ascher, E Eitzen, A D Fine, J Hauer, M Layton,[...]. JAMA 2001
933
5

Biological warfare. A historical perspective.
G W Christopher, T J Cieslak, J A Pavlin, E M Eitzen. JAMA 1997
285
5

Bioterrorism-related inhalational anthrax: the first 10 cases reported in the United States.
J A Jernigan, D S Stephens, D A Ashford, C Omenaca, M S Topiel, M Galbraith, M Tapper, T L Fisk, S Zaki, T Popovic,[...]. Emerg Infect Dis 2001
616
5

Tularemia as a biological weapon: medical and public health management.
D T Dennis, T V Inglesby, D A Henderson, J G Bartlett, M S Ascher, E Eitzen, A D Fine, A M Friedlander, J Hauer, M Layton,[...]. JAMA 2001
911
5

Exposure to liquid sulfur mustard.
K G Davis, G Aspera. Ann Emerg Med 2001
45
11

Agents of chemical warfare: sulfur mustard.
J Borak, F R Sidell. Ann Emerg Med 1992
96
5

Management of victims of urban chemical attack: the French approach.
J F Laurent, F Richter, A Michel. Resuscitation 1999
28
17

Unexpected nerve gas exposure in the city of Matsumoto: report of rescue activity in the first sarin gas terrorism.
H Okudera, H Morita, T Iwashita, T Shibata, T Otagiri, S Kobayashi, N Yanagisawa. Am J Emerg Med 1997
57
8


Personal decontamination after exposure to stimulated liquid phase contaminants: functional assessment of a new unit.
S Törngren, S A Persson, A Ljungquist, T Berglund, M Nordstrand, L Hägglund, L Rittfeldt, K Sandgren, E Söderman. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1998
14
35

Hospital response to chemical terrorism: personal protective equipment, training, and operations planning.
Panos G Georgopoulos, Paul Fedele, Pamela Shade, Paul J Lioy, Michael Hodgson, Atkinson Longmire, Melody Sands, Mark A Brown. Am J Ind Med 2004
15
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Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.