REMM website updated
The Radiation Emergency Medical Management (REMM) Website Team is proud to announce a major content update for August 2016.
Since REMM's last major content and design update in September 2015, significant content updates include but are not limited to the following:
- New York City Department of Health gave REMM permission to host and publish their "Field Guide for Health and Safety Officers: Radiological Incidents". This is an extraordinary asset for local planners and first responders.
- Major update to the Myeloid Cytokines page reflecting FDA approval of a new drug for neutropenia. This was accompanied by required changes to
- Significant updates to the Protective Actions Guides (PAGs) page reflecting the ongoing updates to the EPA guidance
- Inclusion of link to important new video explaining Operational tactics for the first 100 minutes after an outdoor explosive RDD.
- Major update to the Potassium Iodide page, reflecting FDA guidance on liquid countermeasures for children and other prescribing information.
- Major addition to the multimedia assets content with tools created by CDC
- Major update to the content on the Nuclear Power Plant page
- Complete redrafting of the radiation Labels and Placards page, with key, new graphics
- Major update to the Planners page, including reorganized references to the National Response Framework
- Link to important new document about Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) is included on the REMM nuclear detonation page
- Link to very important new reference from HHS (Coleman CN, Koerner JF) about using biodosimetry following a large scale radiation incident is included on the REMM biodosimetry references page.
- Update to the retrospective assessment of dose information on the software tools page
- Update of HHS information including TRACIE (Technical Resources, Assistance Center and Information Exchange)
- New links to complete set of IOM (National Academies) monographs on "Crisis Standards of Care", (see volumes 1-7). Links are on the REMM Crisis Standards of Care page.
As always, if you have comments or questions, please Contact Us directly.
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