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The anthrax threat

Publisher Location:Boynton Beach, FL. 
Distributed by Universal Health Communications.
2001. 
(English). 
Takes an in-depth look at the possibility of a future biological attack involving anthrax. It gives viewers solid information on recognizing early symptoms, preventing infection in the event of an exposure, and minimizing the risk to others. The program begins by describing the physiology of the anthrax bacteria and the various ways it can cause infection. The differences between skin anthrax and inhalation anthrax are also discussed, including early symptoms and the more severe symptoms which follow. Next, viewers learn how to prepare for an anthrax threat or attack. Important steps to take include discussing the risks, creating a response plan, and examining company policies for opening mail.
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Record TypeOther Multimedia
Physical Description1 videocassette (14 min.): sd., col.; 1/2 in. 014