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abdominal radiography, collection of blood and hair samples for toxicologic evaluations, collection of nasal swab specimens for bacteriologic culture for Bacillus anthracis , and an interview with the handler. The primary investigator (PRF) performed all

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if conjunctival exposure is considered a risk, then a full-face air-purifying respirator should be required. Theoretically, use of a respirator could prevent contamination of human nasal passages with foot-and-mouth disease virus while working with

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developed evidence of the respiratory difficulties that have developed in human workers deployed to that site. 4 The longer nasal passages and necessity for nasal breathing during scent work may have more effectively filtered particulate matter and toxins

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