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|Medical data forms|
|AFRRI Adult/Pediatric Field Medical Record (AFRRI Form 330)—Provides a convenient one-page form for gathering emergency medical information in the field. Applicable to both adult and pediatric cases. View/save PDF.
AFRRI Biodosimetry Worksheet (AFRRI Form 331)—Provides a place for recording the facts about a case of radiation exposure, including the source and type of radiation, the extent of exposure, and the nature of the resulting injuries. Applicable to both adult and pediatric cases. View/save PDF.
AFRRI Radiocesium Worksheet (AFRRI Form 335)—Flowchart details steps for screening patients suspected of having been or confirmed to have been exposed to radiocesium during a radiation dispersal device (RDD) event. View/save its PDF version.
|BAT—Biodosimetry Assessment Tool version 1.06|
|Purpose—A computer-based software diagnostic tool for use by health-care providers early after a radiation incident. Assists providers in identifying individuals with significant radiation exposures and in making appropriate treatment decisions. BAT is NOT a substitute for treatment decisions by physicians and other trained health-care professionals.
|View/save PDF brochure.|
|WinFRAT—First-responders Radiological Assessment Triage
(for Windows) version 0.7.6.0 beta
|Purpose—Enables first responders to triage suspected radiation casualties based on the initial, or prodromal, features listed in the Emergency Radiation Medicine Response—AFRRI Pocket Guide.
Development status—Prototype release version 0.7.6.0 betaFeatures
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