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Carl H Schultz, Jerry L Mothershead, Morris Field. Emerg Med Clin North Am 2002
Times Cited: 53







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Hospital preparedness for victims of chemical or biological terrorism.
D C Wetter, W E Daniell, C D Treser. Am J Public Health 2001
96
26

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
88
20

Bioterrorism preparedness. II: The community and emergency medical services systems.
Lynn K Flowers, Jerry L Mothershead, Thomas H Blackwell. Emerg Med Clin North Am 2002
28
39

Weapons of mass destruction events with contaminated casualties: effective planning for health care facilities.
A G Macintyre, G W Christopher, E Eitzen, R Gum, S Weir, C DeAtley, K Tonat, J A Barbera. JAMA 2000
110
16


Hospital bioterrorism preparedness linkages with the community: improvements over time.
Barbara I Braun, Laurie Darcy, Chandrika Divi, James Robertson, John Fishbeck. Am J Infect Control 2004
20
35

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
150
11

Convergent volunteerism.
David C Cone, Scott D Weir, Sandy Bogucki. Ann Emerg Med 2003
33
18

Implications of hospital evacuation after the Northridge, California, earthquake.
Carl H Schultz, Kristi L Koenig, Roger J Lewis. N Engl J Med 2003
78
11

Future challenges in preparing for and responding to bioterrorism events.
Jessica Jones, Thomas E Terndrup, David R Franz, Edward M Eitzen. Emerg Med Clin North Am 2002
16
37


Health care facility and community strategies for patient care surge capacity.
John L Hick, Dan Hanfling, Jonathan L Burstein, Craig DeAtley, Donna Barbisch, Gregory M Bogdan, Stephen Cantrill. Ann Emerg Med 2004
154
11

The importance of evidence-based disaster planning.
Erik Auf der Heide. Ann Emerg Med 2006
135
11

Emergency department impact of the Oklahoma City terrorist bombing.
D E Hogan, J F Waeckerle, D J Dire, S R Lillibridge. Ann Emerg Med 1999
113
9


Bioterrorism preparedness. III: State and federal programs and response.
Jerry L Mothershead, Kevin Tonat, Kristi L Koenig. Emerg Med Clin North Am 2002
12
41

Hospital preparedness and SARS.
Mona R Loutfy, Tamara Wallington, Tim Rutledge, Barbara Mederski, Keith Rose, Sue Kwolek, Donna McRitchie, Azra Ali, Bryan Wolff, Diane White,[...]. Emerg Infect Dis 2004
67
9

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
124
7

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
147
7

Principles for emergency response to bioterrorism.
M Keim, A F Kaufmann. Ann Emerg Med 1999
47
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Perspectives of rural hospitals on bioterrorism preparedness planning.
Claudia L Schur, Marc L Berk, Curt D Mueller. Policy Anal Brief W Ser 2004
9
44

Ready and willing? Physicians' sense of preparedness for bioterrorism.
G Caleb Alexander, Matthew K Wynia. Health Aff (Millwood) 2003
101
7

Bioterrorism preparedness for the public health and medical communities.
Richard F Meyer, Stephen A Morse. Mayo Clin Proc 2002
12
33

Foundations of the severe acute respiratory syndrome preparedness and response plan for healthcare facilities.
Arjun Srinivasan, Lawrence C McDonald, Daniel Jernigan, Rita Helfand, Kathleen Ginsheimer, John Jernigan, Linda Chiarello, Raymond Chinn, Umesh Parashar, Larry Anderson,[...]. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol 2004
30
13


Disaster planning and response.
J F Waeckerle. N Engl J Med 1991
134
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Augmentation of hospital critical care capacity after bioterrorist attacks or epidemics: recommendations of the Working Group on Emergency Mass Critical Care.
Lewis Rubinson, Jennifer B Nuzzo, Daniel S Talmor, Tara O'Toole, Bradley R Kramer, Thomas V Inglesby. Crit Care Med 2005
124
7


Current hospital disaster preparedness.
Amy H Kaji, Kristi L Koenig, Roger J Lewis. JAMA 2007
57
7

An analysis of the current status of hospital emergency preparedness for infectious disease outbreaks in Beijing, China.
Zhang Hui, Huang Jian-Shi, He Xiong, Lv Peng, Qiu Da-Long. Am J Infect Control 2007
23
17

Hospital preparedness to bioterrorism and other infectious disease emergencies.
G Ippolito, V Puro, J Heptonstall. Cell Mol Life Sci 2006
11
36

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
5

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
54
5

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
343
5

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
498
5

Disaster nomenclature--a functional impact approach: the PICE system.
K L Koenig, N Dinerman, A E Kuehl. Acad Emerg Med 1996
29
10


Triage: techniques and applications in decision making.
K Kennedy, R V Aghababian, L Gans, C P Lewis. Ann Emerg Med 1996
94
5

Hospital emergency preparedness - lessons learned since Northridge.
Michael A Berman, Eliot J Lazar. N Engl J Med 2003
16
18


Investigation of bioterrorism-related anthrax, United States, 2001: epidemiologic findings.
Daniel B Jernigan, Pratima L Raghunathan, Beth P Bell, Ross Brechner, Eddy A Bresnitz, Jay C Butler, Marty Cetron, Mitch Cohen, Timothy Doyle, Marc Fischer,[...]. Emerg Infect Dis 2002
398
5

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
20

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
13

Hazardous materials. Disaster medical planning and response.
H W Levitin, H J Siegelson. Emerg Med Clin North Am 1996
33
9

Physician preparedness for bioterrorism recognition and response: a Utah-based needs assessment.
Stephen C Alder, Jamie D Clark, George L White, Sharon Talboys, Susan Mottice. Disaster Manag Response 2004
12
25

On the front lines: family physicians' preparedness for bioterrorism.
Frederick M Chen, John Hickner, Kenneth S Fink, James M Galliher, Helen Burstin. J Fam Pract 2002
49
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Implementation of the Hospital Emergency Incident Command System during an outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) at a hospital in Taiwan, ROC.
Ming-Che Tsai, Jeffrey L Arnold, Chia-Chang Chuang, Chih-Hsien Chi, Ching-Chuan Liu, Yu-Jen Yang. J Emerg Med 2005
19
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