White House's Assessment of Chemical Warfare Use in Syria Matches HazMasterG3 Results

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HazMasterG3's patented agent identification engine, developed by Alluviam LLC, indicates the specific nerve agents most likely to have caused observed signs/symptoms of Syrian victims.

The White House's August 30, 2013 intelligence assessment of the use of chemical warfare agents in Syria, matches those results provided by HazMasterG3's patented agent identification capabilities - a key capability when identifying unknown agents. The White House's assessment reports that victims of the alleged chemical weapons attack were observed exhibiting foaming at the mouth, difficulty breathing, unconsciousness, pinpoint pupils and doctors also reported rapid heart rate among victims. One challenge when trying to identify an unknown agent via signs and symptoms is that not everyone responds the same over time because of an individual's unique physiology, age, health etc.

Only HazMasterG3 has the ability to compensate for this by returning a ranked list of the best matching chemicals that are most likely causing the observed symptoms. Based on the White House intelligence, the top ranked, most likely chemicals to have caused the given signs and symptoms are nerve agents, and as uniquely identified by HazMasterG3, specifically Sarin, Tabun or VX. Only HazMasterG3's patented decision support engine answers these and other tough "so what does that mean" types of questions. With over 165,000 materials and tradenames, HazMasterG3 is the most comprehensive CBRNE/HME decision support system available - because you can't get an answer if you don't have the data. Which explains why top-tier military and civilian agencies all deploy HazMasterG3. And with full capability and interoperability on Android, Apple's iOS and Windows, only HazMasterG3 can provide you these answers when - and where - you need them.

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