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victims with highest probability of survival. No CPR if no one is coming with higher level of care.Shelter management, International relief efforts, psychological stress of disaster workers, stress reaction in adults and children. Watch triage video.Recovery:In recovery, the immediate response actions to address initial consequence subside. Recovery is about returning to a new normal, a community balance of infrastructure and social welfare that is near the pre-event level, and the hardest part of a disaster. The approach to relieve shifts from short-term aid to long-term support. Long-term support should allow the disaster-affected people representation in the relief effort and incorporate their knowledge and skills to prioritize use of local resources and relieve assistance building on the existing community resilience.Types of disastersMan made vs. naturalAnthrax and Smallpox- (how to recognize, transmission, treatment)?Anthrax:acute disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus anthracis. It manifests in 1/3 syndromes: cutaneous, GI, and respiratory/inhalation.Aerosolization, (inhalation anthrax- high potential for being the singlegreatest biological warfare threat.) Anthrax is sensitive to a variety of antibiotics, and immunization is available for those with exposure risk. (ANTIBIOTICS)Smallpox:Manifestation: fever and red bumps HOW CAN IT SPREAD:Generally, direct and fairly prolonged face-to-face contact is required to spread smallpoxfrom one person to another. Smallpox also can be spread through direct contact with infected bodily fluids or contaminated objects such as bedding or clothing. Indirect spread is less common. Rarely, smallpox has been spread by virus carried in the air in enclosed settings such as buildings, buses, and trains. Smallpox is not known to be transmitted by insects or animals. What are roles of the PHN? First responderEpidemiology and ongoing surveillanceRapid needs assessmentDisaster communication
Disaster response ethicsShelteringMan-made vs natural disasters? Man-Made:AccidentalDeliberateBiologicalChemicalRadiologicExplosive NaturalEarthquake TornadoFloodsHurricanesBlizzardsWild firesTsunamisNuclear

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