ARMY BIOLOGICAL LABS FREDERICK MD
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The book reflects the present state and achievements of Soviet hygiene and medical practice. It shows in detail the responsibilities of army doctors in providing sanitary and hygienic protection for personnel in peace and in war. It describes the measures designed to prevent disease, protect health, and create the most favorable living and working conditions depending on the nature of activity of the troops. The book examines the problems connected with the hygiene of food and water supply, air hygiene, hygiene of armored troops, radiation hygiene, and protection of air, food and victuals, water and sources of water supply, and other objects in the environment from radioactive and poisonous substances and bacterial preparations. Decontamination, degasification, sanitary processing, and control over execution of these measures are other problems treated.
- Hygiene and Sanitation