Charles G. Hurst
United States Department of the Army
Chemical warfareEngineeringSurgeryPathologyVimentinAntigenMolecular biologyStromal cellChemistryApoptosisImmunologyFirst responderTraining (civil)Human skinDebridementWeanlingNerve agentCytokeratinMilitary personnelErythemaLamininWound healingCholinergic crisisSulfur mustardEpidermisCarbon dioxide laserToxicityGraduate educationMedical servicesSimulation trainingNonhuman primatePapillary dermisNecrosisMedical educationMedical emergencyMedicineStainingBiologyEpidermis (botany)Pharmacology
23Publications
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Last. Charles G. HurstH-Index: 9
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#1Pamela Andreatta (UMN: University of Minnesota)H-Index: 20
#2Jessica J. Klotz (UMN: University of Minnesota)H-Index: 2
Last. Thomas B. TalbotH-Index: 8
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ABSTRACTMilitary and civilian first responders must be able to recognize and effectively manage mass disaster casualties. Clinical management of injuries resulting from nerve agents provides different challenges for first responders than those of conventional weapons. We evaluated the impact of a mixed-methods training program on competency acquisition in cholinergic crisis clinical management using multimedia with either live animal or patient actor examples, and hands-on practice using SimMan3...
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#1Pamela AndreattaH-Index: 20
#2Jessica J. KlotzH-Index: 2
Last. Thomas B. TalbotH-Index: 8
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Background: Military and civilian first-responders must be able to recognize and effectively manage casualties that necessitate immediate application of critical clinical competencies. Two examples of these critical competencies are the clinical management of injuries resulting from nerve agents and difficult intubation, especially for pediatric or neonatal patients. The opportunity to learn and practice the necessary skills for these rare, but urgent, situations is complicated by the limited ab...
#1Jessica J. KlotzH-Index: 2
#2James M. MadsenH-Index: 5
Last. Thomas B. TalbotH-Index: 8
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#2Charles G. HurstH-Index: 9
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Abstract : The Simulation and Modeling Center at the Chemical Casualty Care Division (CCCD) of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) approaches education and training from a human-performance perspective and uses an integrated multimodal approach that includes lectures, human actors, manikins, a cholinergic-crisis laboratory exercise, tabletop exercises, and computerized modeling and simulation. Part 1 of this two-part series provided an overview of teaching at ...
#2Charles G. HurstH-Index: 9
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Abstract : The Chemical Casualty Care Division (CCCD) of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (USAMRICD) approaches education and training from a human-performance perspective and uses an integrated multimodal approach that includes lectures, human actors, manikins, tabletop exercises, and computerized modeling and simulation. Part 1 of this two-part series provides a general overview of teaching at CCCD and explores the science underlying the human-performance model of l...
#1LeRoy A. MarklundH-Index: 4
#2Adrienne M. Graham (ORISE: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education)H-Index: 1
Last. LeRoy CantrellH-Index: 1
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Collaboration is used by the US National Security Council as a means to integrate inter-federal government agencies during planning and execution of common goals towards unified, national security. The concept of collaboration has benefits in the healthcare system by building trust, sharing resources, and reducing costs. The current terrorist threats have made collaborative medical training between military and civilian agencies crucial. This review summarizes the long and rich history of collab...
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#1Dana R. AndersonH-Index: 22
#2Wesley W. HolmesH-Index: 11
Last. William J. SmithH-Index: 20
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Abstract : Although best known as a blistering agent, sulfur mustard (HD) can also induce neutropenia in exposed individuals, increasing their susceptibility to infection. Granulocyte colony- stimulating factor (G-CSF) and pegylated G-CSF (peg-G-CSF) have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as hematopoietic growth factors to treat chemotherapy-induced neutropenia. The goal of this study was to determine the effectiveness of G-CSF and peg-G-CSF in ameliorating HD-induced neutro...
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#1John S. GrahamH-Index: 18
#2Robert P. ChilcottH-Index: 23
Last. Beverly I MalinerH-Index: 2
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Sulfur mustard is an alkylating chemical warfare agent that primarily affects the eyes, skin, and airways. Sulfur mustard injuries can take several months to heal, necessitate lengthy hospitalizations, and result in significant cosmetic and/or functional deficits. Historically, blister aspiration and/or deroofing (epidermal removal), physical debridement, irrigation, topical antibiotics, and sterile dressings have been the main courses of action in the medical management of cutaneous sulfur must...
#2John P. PetraliH-Index: 3
Last. William J. SmithH-Index: 20
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