9 edition of Poisoning and toxicology handbook found in the catalog.
Poisoning and toxicology handbook
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[editors] Jerrold B. Leikin, Frank P. Paloucek.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc., Guides, manuels, etc.|
|Contributions||Leikin, Jerrold B., Paloucek, Frank P.|
|LC Classifications||RA1215 .P65 2008, RA1215 .P65 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlv, 1331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1331|
|LC Control Number||2006100358|
For example, the preface promises that great emphasis will be placed on the biotransformation of compounds because of its importance in understanding mechanisms of toxicity, and yet the overview chapter on biotransformation is one of the least satisfying sections, being rather limited in its depth of coverage. There is no bibliography, glossary, acknowledgments or list of abbreviations. The section on dietary fibre and health summarizes in a few pages the major diseases that fibre is purported to alleviate, including diverticular disease, inttammatory bowel disease, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, obesity and cancer. The book made a poor start, I felt. The availability today of a number of toxicology reference publications has assisted greatly; however there is now also a book published by Australian physicians.
For the reader who has no knowledge of toxicology and who wishes to understand in general terms how potentially toxic chemicals are recognized and evaluated, the principles are dealt with adequately in the first half of this book. Melbourne: Therapeutic Guidelines Limited; Very few toxicologists, when asked to name the 'bible' of their chosen occupation, would fail to respond with the tome by Casarett and Doull. This fourth edition keeps you up to date in one of the most exciting and expanding fields in medical science. The doi
Well-organized so information is easy to find. External causes. The consistent and concise style ensures that the 2nd edition of the Toxicology Handbook is easy to read. Now in its third edition, it has long been regarded as the standard test in toxicology.
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The doi The cost is not prohibitive for clinicians and other health staff, and the 2nd edition of the Toxicology Handbook is rapidly becoming an important addition to the exclusive international portfolio of standard manuals and textbooks in the area of toxicology.
Although not mentioned, the manual would also be a useful resource for general practice and travel clinics, as well as specialist medical trainees and postgraduate students needing to have some grasp of toxicology. Clearly it was an exciting year. Hands on and practical approach.
Nevertheless, this survey will be of considerable interest and use to food manufacturers and, for some aspects of fibre at least, it provides a useful summary and starting point for anyone wanting to obtain more information about this area of nutrition. The cost is not prohibitive for clinicians and other health staff, and the Toxicology Handbook is sure to become an important addition to the exclusive international portfolio of standard manuals and textbooks in the area of toxicology.
There is no bibliography, glossary, acknowledgments or list of abbreviations. Are there differences then between these two volumes? Special populations: Paediatric poisoning: 1 tablet can kill listspecial precautions in management overnight stay, paracetamol, risk of charcoal etc ; Pregnancy and lactation and poisoning; and Geriatric poisoning Section 3: Toxic Drugs 78 chapters Approach to diagnosis, investigation and management of the poisoned patient with all of the common drug presentations.
Out Of Stock Overview A unique reference containing detailed reviews of more than drugs and poisons, the Poisoning and Toxicology Handbook, Fourth Edition provides the latest information on medicinal, biological, herbal, and non-medicinal agents, and antidotes.
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The format is easy to cope with. This ready reference is divided into three main sections. Contributors: Jerrold B. The potentially toxic effects of fibre are briefly summarized.
I eagerly opened the Year Book o f Toxicology, anticipating--at the very least--the results of the year's top toxicology investigative competitions, most promising new toxins, and perhaps even league tables of the best toxicological institutions!
Increasing its depth and scope with analyses of newer drugs, chemicals, and environmental toxins, including drugs that have been recently approved by the FDA, this book is a compendium of useful resources.
Established as a primary reference in Australian Poisons Information Centres, the Toxicology Handbook is useful for doctors, nurses, ambulance service paramedics and pharmacists alike.
Increasing its depth and scope with analyses of newer drugs, chemicals, and environmental toxins, including drugs that have been recently approved by the FDA, this book is a compendium of useful resources. Feature: Different routes of exposure critically evaluated. This fourth edition keeps you up to date in one of the most exciting and expanding fields in medical science.
The concise layout of this didactic medical guide enables readers to quickly locate required information - essential in a poisoning emergency.Dreisbach's Handbook of Poisoning: Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment, Thirteenth Edition - CRC Press Book Now in its thirteenth edition, Dreisbach's Handbook of Poisoning is long established as the definitive handbook of poisoning for all physicians, nurses, crisis.
Dec 01, · Free Online Library: Poisoning and toxicology handbook, 4th ed.(Brief Article, Book Review) by "SciTech Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Science and technology, general.
PedSAP Book 2 • Pediatric Emergencies 7 Toxicology Overview INTRODUCTION Poisoning is the leading cause of unintentional deaths in the United States (Rudd ; CDC ).
This is not unique to the United States, and various reports note that unintentional poisoning deaths are a global health concern. Sincemore thanpeople. Mar 19, · Toxicology Handbook is a practical evidence-based guide on the care of the poisoned patient.
This concise text is informed by the latest clinical research and takes a rigorous and structured risk assessment-based approach to decision making in the context of clinical toxicology.4/5(1). Toxicological Conundrums: Toxicology emergency management in clinical context.
Toxicology Resources: Toxicology and toxinology resources on the web; Note: A toxicant is the umbrella term for any toxic substance. A toxin is a toxicant produced by a living organism (generally metabolic products that have evolved as defense mechanisms).
The availability today of a number of toxicology reference publications has assisted greatly; including a book published by Australian physicians. The Toxicology Handbook, now in its 2nd edition, is establishing itself as one of the leading reference manuals in the field of toxicology.