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diate use inside the chamber and a secondary kit from which items that may
become contaminated can be locked into the chamber only as needed. The lists of
contents presented here are not meant to be restrictive but are considered the
minimum requirement. Additional items may be added to suit local medical
Emergency Kits. The Primary Emergency Kit is described in Table 21-7; the
Secondary Emergency Kit is described in Table 21-8.
Primary Emergency Kit. The primary emergency kit contains diagnostic and ther-
apeutic equipment that is available immediately when required. This kit shall be
inside the chamber during all treatments.
Figure 21-2. Emergency Medical Equipment for TRCS.