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NIOSH Bringing More Attention to Fentanyl Exposure and First Responders

Por nFpa@jiveonorte.clam There is increasing concern in public safety and public health communities about the potential exposure of first responders to fentanyl, a powerful synthetic drug with health effects ranging from drowsiness to respiratory failure. Fentanyl

Fuente:: NFPA – Información de seguridad


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