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How is nerve gas poisoning diagnosed?

Generally, nerve gas poisoning is diagnosed by observing symptoms. There are few laboratories capable of detecting nerve gas poisoning via urine and blood samples. However, these tests are difficult to interpret, as are the complex symptoms.

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How do chemicals work to cause nerve gas poisoning?
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Nerve gas poisoning is caused by chemicals that damage the nervous system in particular ways. Chemic...
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Are there alternative treatments for nerve gas poisoning?
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Nerve gas poisoning is typically treated by pre- and post-exposure antidote drugs such as pyridostig...
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What are the symptoms of nerve gas poisoning?
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Nerve gas poisoning has adverse effects on the central nervous, respiratory, cardiovascular, gastroi...
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What is nerve gas poisoning?
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