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A One-Step and Sensitive GC-MS Assay for Meprobamate Determination in Emergency Situations

Improvement of the measuring equipment used in the assessment of internal doses in emergency situations

Strategies for Monitoring and for the Assessment of the Radiological Situation in an Emergency

A protocol for the calibration of gamma cameras to estimate internal contamination in emergency situations

Maintaining competence in radiological protection in emergency situations: a challenge for the 21st century

Development of a new CBR-based platform for human contamination emergency situations

Refugee Health — an Approach to Emergency Situations. Médecins Sans Frontières, 1997, MacMillan Educational Ltd., London, 380 pages

A PHANTOM FOR DETERMINATION OF CALIBRATION COEFFICIENTS AND MINIMUM DETECTABLE ACTIVITIES USING A DUAL-HEAD GAMMA CAMERA FOR INTERNAL CONTAMINATION MONITORING FOLLOWING RADIATION EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

Habeas Corpus in Emergency Situations (Arts 27(2), 25(1), and 7(6) American Convention on Human Rights), Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Advisory Opinion, Advisory Opinion OC-8/87, IACHR Series A no 8, IHRL 3394 (IACHR 1987), 30th January 1987, Inter-American Court of Human Rights [IACtHR]

 

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