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Case 1 A 53-year-old chemical worker had an accidental exposure to uranium hexafluoride gas at work in a chemical plant on Nov 12, 1968. He was not wearing a respiratory protective device and breathed uranium hexafluoride vapors for about 15 minutes. He immediately developed shortness of breath and cough and was subsequently taken to an […]


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Medical students  Testimonials -Washington University of Barbados
Medical students  Testimonials -Washington University of Barbados
Medical students  Testimonials -Washington University of Barbados
Medical students  Testimonials -Washington University of Barbados
Medical students  Testimonials -Washington University of Barbados
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