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FM 8-9 Part III/List of Tables

List of Tables

Table 2-I. Physical Properties of Nerve Agents

Table 2-II. Likely Signs and Symptoms of GB Poisoning Shown in Terms of Vapour Exposure and Approximate Blood Acetylcholinesterase Depression

Table 2-III. Signs and Symptoms of Nerve Agent Poisoning

Table 2-IV. Time Course of Effects of Nerve Agents

Table 2-V. Effectiveness of Various Oximes in the Treatment of Nerve Agent Poisoning

Table 2-VI. Examples of Current Dosing Scheme for the Intravenous Administration of Oximes

Table 2-VII. Loading Doses and Infusion Rates for Oxime Administration to Obtain a Plasma Concentration of 4 mg.1-1

Table 3-I. Physical Properties of Vesicants

Table 4-I. Physical Properties of Lung Damaging Agents

Table 5-I. Physical Properties of Cyanogen Agents

Table 6-I. Signs and Symptoms Produced by Incapacitating Agents

Table 7-I. Properties of CA and BA

Table 7-II. Properties of Vomiting Agents

Table 9-I. Composition of Herbicides

Table 11-I. Potential Interactions of Chemical/Conventional Injuries

Table 11-II. Heat Casualty Prevention Guide

Table 12-I. Effect of Certain Agents on the Appearance of Food

Table 12-II. Effect of Chemical Agents on Food

Table 12-III. Maximum Allowable Concentrations of Agents in Drinking Water

Table C-I. Effects of Chemical Agents