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The authors would like to clarify some points in this paper (2004;58:982–7). The results and conclusions presented in the box on page 985 are preliminary and based on earlier published reports in Dutch.[1–3] This information is merely intended to illustrate the information needs of healthcare providers after a disaster. Details of the health problems of the affected groups and their use of health care will be published in other papers.

  1. RIVM Project Team.Firework disaster Enschede: components in blood and urine (Dutch report). Bilthoven, Netherlands: National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (report no 630930003), 2001.

  2. van Kamp I, van der Velden PG. Vuurwerkramp Enschede: Lichamelijke en geestelijke gezondheid en ervaringen met de ramp; rapportage van het gezondheidsonderzoek [Physical and mental health and experiences of the disaster]. Bilthoven, Netherlands: National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) and Institute for Psychotrauma (IVP), (report no RIVM 630930002/ IVP 9920012), 2001.

  3. van der Velden PG, Grievink L, Dusseldorp, et al. Gezondheid Getroffenen Vuurwerkramp Enschede; rapportage gezonheidsonderzoek 18 maanden na de ramp. [Health (status) of the victims of the Enschede firework disaster 18 months after the disaster]. Zaltbommel, Netherlands: Institute for Psychotrauma (IVP) and National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), (report no RIVM 630930004/ IVP 9920023), 2002.

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