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A Review of the Scientific Literature As It Pertains to Gulf War Illnesses, Volume 4

Stress (Gulf War Illnesses Series)

by Grant N Marshall

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Published by RAND Corporation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History,
  • Military,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Infectious Diseases,
  • Research,
  • Coping with stress,
  • Infectious & contagious diseases,
  • Iraq,
  • Reference / Research,
  • War & defence operations,
  • c 1990 to c 2000,
  • Military - Persian Gulf War (1991),
  • Military - Persian Gulf War

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8188110M
    ISBN 100833026798
    ISBN 109780833026798

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A Review of the Scientific Literature As It Pertains to Gulf War Illnesses, Volume 8: Pesticides. Santa Monica, CA: National Defense Research Institute, RAND. DVA (Department of Veterans Affairs). Illnesses not associated with service in the Gulf during the Gulf War. Federal Register 66()– Elder GH Jr, Shanahan MJ, Clipp.

Chapter Five Gulf War Scientific Literature Linking Stress to Health Problems Overview This chapter evaluates available data bearing directly on the possible role of exposure to potentially stressful conditions as an etiologic factor in the health problems of veterans of the Persian Gulf War.

This literature review, one of eight commissioned by the Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense for Gulf War Illnesses, summarizes the existing scientific literature on the health effects of depleted uranium that may have affected service members who served in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm and recommends additional areas of research where appropriate.

Review of the Scientific Literature As It Pertains to Gulf War Illnesses. Volume 8: Pesticides. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation. Soetekouw PM, de Vries M, van Bergen L, Galama JM, Keyser A, Bleijenberg G, van der Meer JW.

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Contents Preface Figures Tables Summary Acknowledgments Abbreviations Symbols Chapter One: Introduction Radiological Considerations Chemical Considerations Regulatory Standards Methods of Detection and Analysis Chapter Two: Health Effects Overview Internal Exposure External Exposure Clinical Discussion.

THE GULF WAR SETTING 1. In Gulf War and Health, Volume 4, that committee’s charge was not to review the scientific evidence on the possible health effects of various agents to which Gulf War veterans were potentially exposed, but rather to look at the prevalence of the various health effects seen in Gulf War deployed veterans and to determine if that prevalence was greater than that seen in.

Preface This literature review, one of eight commissioned by the Special Assistant to the Deputy Secretary of Defense for Gulf War Illnesses, summarizes the existing scientific literature on the. Gulf War syndrome or Gulf War illness is a chronic and multi-symptomatic disorder affecting returning military veterans of the – Persian Gulf War.

A wide range of acute and chronic symptoms have been linked to it, including fatigue, muscle pain, cognitive problems, insomnia, rashes and diarrhea. Approximatelyof theU.S. veterans who served in the Gulf War are Causes: Toxic exposures during the –91 Gulf War. Gulf War and Health: Volume 8: Update of Health Effects of Serving in the Gulf War 24 GULF WAR AND HEALTH Gulf area, treatments, studies of short-term health outcomes only, rehabilitation, social outcomes (for example, employment), impacts on families, or studies of long-term outcomes from known physical events, such as gun-shot wounds.

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Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, Google ScholarCited by: Aboutmen and women served in Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm from August to April during the Gulf War. In the years since they returned, nearly a quarter of these Veterans have experienced a number of symptoms that have led VA and others to research whether potential Gulf War exposures may have caused their symptoms.

A number of research studies have looked at. In response to health concerns of Gulf War veterans, Congress in directed the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to contract with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to evaluate the scientific and medical literature regarding associations between illness and exposure to the toxic agents, environmental and wartime hazards, and preventive medicines and vaccines.

Looking Beyond Suppression: Community Strategies to Reduce Gang Violence by Boyes-Watson, Carolyn, Braga, Anthony A., Foley, Ellen, Hureau, David M., Mcdevitt, Jack. Charge to the Committee. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provided the charge to the committee: An ad hoc committee will develop a case definition for chronic multisymptom illness (CMI) 2 as it pertains to the – Gulf War Veteran population.

The committee will comprehensively review, evaluate, and summarize the available scientific and medical literature regarding symptoms for. AboutU.S. troops fought in the first Gulf War 25 years ago, and as many asveterans of that conflict have Gulf War illness, the researchers said.

It is a debilitating disorder that features symptoms such as fatigue, joint and muscle pain, headaches, concentration and memory difficulties, gastrointestinal problems and skin rashes.

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(from) “A Review of the Scientific Literature As It Pertains to Gulf War Illnesses – Volume 8, Pesticides” So we now understand that even if the consequences of exposure to individual agents are known, we really have no idea what happens when a person is exposed to multiple agents at the same time.

‘The Gulf War syndrome’ or ‘Gulf War illness’ were coined to describe this new illness affecting hundreds of thousands of people. Approximatelyof theveterans who served in the Gulf War are afflicted with enduring chronic multi-symptom illness, a condition with serious consequences (1).

Rand Corporation study on effects of the Gulf war (Volume 7) “A review of the Scientific Literature as it pertains to Gulf War Illnesses,” Naomi H. Harley, Ernest C. Foulkes, Lee H. Hilborne, Arlene Hudson, and C.

Ross Anthony, Depleted Uranium report MR/7-OSD. Gulf War and Health, Volume 2, is the second in a series of congressionally-mandated studies by the Institute of Medicine that provides a comprehensive assessment of the available scientific literature on potential health effects of exposure to certain biological, chemical, and environmental agents associated with the Gulf War.

Based on a review of the scientific and popular literature, it is reasonable to conclude that Gulf War illnesses remain a poorly defined group of symptom clusters. Well-controlled research from independent groups is required to answer the numerous questions that have arisen from this illness by: Sell Gulf War and Health, by Institute of Medicine, Volume 4.

Health Effects of Serving in the Gulf War - ISBN - Ship for free. - Bookbyte. References: Pall ML () Explaining Unexplained Illnesses: Disease Paradigm for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Fibromyalgia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Gulf War Syndrome Harrington Park Press Maes M, Twisk FN, Kubera M, Ringel K () Evidence for inflammation and activation of cell-mediated immunity in Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue.

The Neuroinflammation, Pain and Fatigue Lab is currently looking for Veterans of the Persian Gulf War to participate in our research studies. If you are male, between the ages ofand were present in the Persian Gulf between Augustyou may be eligible.

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(market buzz).The study involved 57 Gulf War Veterans who met the current diagnostic criteria for the illness, and 28 who did not.

They were mostly white, male, and middle-aged. The researchers tested the volunteers' blood samples for red, white, and platelet counts, and for more than 60 different proteins.