Are you prepared to treat pediatric patients affected by the most fearsome weapons known to man?

Cladis Medical PLLC offers the most comprehensive handheld reference material in the world for treating pediatric patients affected by chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear events.

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Children are the patient population most often overlooked in planning for the medical response to chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear events.

Medication Dosing for Pediatric Patients

  • Do you know the weight-based doses for the medications to treat a child that has been exposed to cesium or cyanide?
  • Do you know the monoclonal antibody therapies for anthrax?
  • Do you know how to prepare a solution of potassium iodide so that a toddler doesn’t have to swallow a pill?

Cladis Medical’s Chart of Antidotes and Medications for Pediatric Patients of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Events has that information for you, and much more.

Chart of Antidotes and Medications for Pediatrics Patients of CBRN Events

When seconds matter for thousands of casualties, don’t lose minutes trying to do the math in your head. Have it done for you. CBRN Tape Instructions

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We have done the math and have the information you need.

Accurate treatment

Reduce errors, increase efficiency, save more patients. The math is done for you!

Familiar format

Color-coded, height and weight based dosing references have been a staple of pediatric emergency care for decades.

Critical insights

Age guidelines, dosing schedules, options for routes of administration, and many more key points of patient care are included.


I have had the privilege of knowing Dr. Smith for 10 years now, going back to our service time together overseas. He is a highly intelligent, capable, and caring emergency department physician. His very unique training and skill-set makes him the ideal founder of Cladis Medical. Like many topics in medicine, we train for scenarios we hope to never encounter. This CBRN tape fits just that badly-needed niche and is of obvious benefit when time is of the essence.

— Josh Handbury, MD

The CBRN tape is the perfect quick reference to have for a pediatric patient with acute toxicity. I don’t need to grab my calculator, step away from the patient to look up information or waste time trying to measure and weigh the average patient. I can just grab the tape and know which medication to quickly administer and save lives. The major contraindications are also printed right there on the tape. This tape streamlines decision making, simplifies my job and helps save lives and it fits right in my white coat pocket.

— Dr. Kelly Thomas-Hubbard, MD

Dr. Smith, I received my CBRN tape in the mail yesterday and I felt the need to reach out and thank you. The tape is comprehensive, portable, well designed, and great looking. In addition to my educational work at our college of medicine, I am the medical director of multiple mass gathering events in sports and entertainment. I am medical director of our university athletics EMS system that covers all of our division 1 SEC sporting events of up to 60,000 patrons, Keeneland race track that routinely hosts 80,000 patrons over two days for the Breeders Cup Championship, and the PGA Tour Event in Kentucky. I am also a medical advisor for events like the Kentucky Derby that hosts 150,000 patrons. Having access to these types of materials is invaluable. Every EMS system, military group, and emergency department should have this type of readily available resource. Thank you for recognizing the need for this and creating this product.

— Brian Adkins MD Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine University of Kentucky College of Medicine

Frequently Asked Questions

How are the height and weight guidelines decided?

The height and weight guidelines are derived from clinical growth charts such as those published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.

How was the color-coding scheme decided?

Color-coding has been a feature of pediatric emergency care for decades and has been shown to help first responders and healthcare professionals find the right medication doses or equipment sizes during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. By applying this rubric to the treatment of pediatric patients affected by chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear mass-casualty events, the material is presented in a familiar, user-friendly format, so that even someone who does not often train for these scenarios can find the information they need and apply it quickly.

How was it decided which chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear agents to include?

The goal was to include as many agents as possible for which there are specific treatments available. Examples of agents that were not included would be ricin and abrin, as there are no specific antidotes for these agents, and care is supportive.

What other products might Cladis Medical offer in the future?

A poster is being developed for use in emergency operations centers, command headquarters, casualty collection points, and hospitals. Smartphone applications for iOS and Android are in preliminary stages of development.

My department is working on its chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear plans and/or training. Does Cladis Medical offer training or planning consultation?

Dr. Smith is a full-time practicing emergency medicine physician in addition to owning and operating Cladis Medical PLLC and thus has very limited availability, but inquiries can be emailed to [email protected].

Does Cladis Medical respond to mass casualty events, treat patients, or provide consultation to other healthcare providers regarding patient care?

No. Cladis Medical has not, does not, and will not evaluate, treat, or provide consultation on the care of patients. Cladis Medical creates and sells reference material. It is not a healthcare organization, clinic, hospital, or telemedicine provider.
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