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Anthrax
From the American College of Physicians. Includes general information about anthrax as well as inhalation and cutaneous anthrax. Includes links to other resources. Some information downloadable to PDAs. Information for patients available.
Anthrax
From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Anthrax
Information from the CDC concerning the anthrax vaccine
Anthrax (Extensive Information)
From the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in cooperation with the University of Alabama School of Medicine. A strong overview of anthrax including organ, system, cellular and molecular pathogenesis. Includes diagnostic and safety issues. Includes a printable version.
Anthrax (MedlinePlus)
From the Natlional Library of Medicine. Provides a large number of links and some interactive tutorials. Some information in Spanish. Much aimed at the consumer.
Anthrax as a Biological Weapon, 2002. Updated Recommendations for Management
An article, JAMA 2002; 287(17):2236-53. One of several articles on bioterrorism by the Working Group on Civilian Biodefense, online at the JAMA website as consensus statements, free of charge.
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Anthrax: Current, comprehensive information on pathogenesis, microbiology, epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis.
From the Infectious Disease Society of America and the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota.
Anthrax Summary
From the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality in cooperation with the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Brief overview with diagnostic and treatment information.
Anthrax: Fact Sheets and Overviews
From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Anthrax: Frequently Asked Questions
From the American Medical Association
Bioterrorism-Related Inhalational Anthrax: The First 10 Cases Reported in the United States
Emerging Infectious Diseases, v. 7(6) Nov-Dec 2002 .PDF file only
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Child with a Suspected Anthrax Exposure or Infection
From the American Academy of Pediatrics. Description of anthrax with particular emphasis on treating the disease in children.
Inhalational Anthrax
From the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Department of Radiolgic Pathology. Provides information about the pathogenesis and imaging of inhalational anthrax.
Nature: Focus on Anthrax
Provides links to the full-text of articles from Nature about Anthrax
United States Postal Service: Suspicious Mail
Updated Anthrax Protocol - Distinguishing Anthrax From Influenza
From the American College of Emergency Physicians. Download PDF version, requires Adobe Acrobat Reader