REMM - Radiation Emergency Medical Management
The Radiation Emergency Medical Management Team is proud to announce the first major redesign of our site since REMM was launched in 2007.
The redesign includes a more modern banner, a new color palette and font style, and a new navigation system.
There are now 6 content groups on the new home page.
We have added an easy to use navigational menu at the top of the home page with sections for
Interactive Clinical Tools
Diagnosis and Treatment
Reference and Data
Overview of REMM and
Links to downloading the REMM app for various mobile devices
One of our most popular features, the Multimedia Library in carousel form, remains on the home page, with 7 categories of multimedia assets.
Since REMM‰??s last major content update in November 2014, significant content updates have been added including
New references and on most of the Emergencies Incidents pages
New references in the Key Guidance Documents section
Information about the March 2015 FDA-approval of filgrastim for the indication of radiation-induced myelosuppression
New section describing Selection of Radiation Detection Systems
New listings in the Training and Education page
New references on the Recovery and Resilience page
New information on the Other Audiences pages for Legal Advisors, Senior Leaders, First Responders, Veterinarians, Public Information Officers and Others
New references in the very large Biodosimetry Library
Major revisions to the Dose Reconstruction page
Major revisions to the Data Collection page
Update to the Monitoring Drinking Water and Milk page
Updates to the Use of Blood Products page
Update to the Stem Cell Transplant page
Additions to the page of REMM consultants
REMM has a new email update notification system by GovDelivery. If you are a REMM Listserv subscriber, you don't need to do anything. You were automatically moved to the new system.
Users who have previously bookmarked REMM pages of interest should know that all the prior URLs have been retained, so the bookmarks will still work just like before.
Users who have visited REMM pages before may need to refresh (reload) the web page to see the new design. Otherwise, only the old pages cached in your browser will display.
The REMM Team
Radiation Emergency Medical Management (REMM)
Guidance on diagnosis and treatment for health care providers
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