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Goldfrank's TOXICOLOGIC EMERGENCIES, seventh version, provides a goldmine of knowledge on almost all facets of clinical toxicology. No area is wasted-even the interior of the back and front covers provide you with crucial details in easy-to-read desk shape. earlier than you may have even grew to become a web page, you should have quick entry to such useful facts as important symptoms by way of age team, universal drug and toxin-induced important signal adjustments, universal toxicology laboratory values and extra.

And if you happen to imagine the interior covers are invaluable, simply wait until eventually you notice what the textual content itself has to supply. equipped into 4 handy sections, TOXICOLOGIC EMERGENCIES comprehensively covers: * common rules and methods: easy methods to deal with the poisoned or overdosed sufferer, what thoughts successfully do away with pollutants, which imaging experiences are most valuable in toxicologic emergencies, tips to establish unhazardous exposures, and extra * The biomedical and molecular foundation of clinical toxicology: how pollution have an effect on neurotransmission, transparent causes of the foundations and arithmetic at the back of pharmacokinetics, how pollutants disrupt metabolic approaches, reasons of metabolic alkalosis, and lots more and plenty extra * The organ procedure method of scientific toxicology: how pollution impact important indicators, physique temperature, blood strain, and organs and platforms in the course of the physique * clinical toxicology from a medical viewpoint: a close-up examine greater than 70 different types of poisons, that includes informative case reviews in addition to symptoms, diagnostic checking out, pathophysiology, and in-depth sufferer administration directions

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