The Department of Health and Human Services has released medical management guidelines and other resources to help the emergency response community prepare for and respond to incidents involving fourth-generation nerve agents. The resources provide tailored guidance to various segments of the emergency response community, including hospitals, on the unique characteristics and challenges of these nerve agents, which were involved in incidents last year in the United Kingdom.

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