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Oxford Desk Reference: Toxicology (Oxford Desk Reference Series) Hardcover – 26 Jun 2014
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This appears to be the most up-to-date book of its type......Overall, this would be an excellent addition to any critical care/emergency department clinician's compendium of resources on how to manage poisoned patients. (Doody's Notes)
The organization of the chapters flows quite well. The text is readable, and the information included is relevant, topical and up to date......It is a handy reference source and excellent for occupational physicians (Tar-Ching Aw Occupational Medicine Journal)
This book provides an excellent source of information on the theoretical and practical aspects of clinical toxicology....The 400-page book can be highly recommended to all physicians working in emergency medicine or residents in training. (Hugo Kupferschmidt, Tox Info Suisse, Clinical Toxicology Book Review)
About the Author
Nick Bateman, Professor in Clinical Toxicology, Consultant Physician and Director, National Poisons Information Service (Edinburgh), UK, Robert Jefferson, Consultant in Environmental Medicine and Deputy Director, The Medical Toxicology Centre, Newcastle University, UK, Simon Thomas, Professor of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Wolfson Unit of Clinical Pharmacology, Institute of Cellular Medicine, Newcastle University, UK, John Paul Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Clinical Pharmacology, Director, and Honorary Consultant, Cardiff University, National Poisons Information Service (Cardiff), and Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board University Hospital, Cardiff, UK, Allister Vale, Director, National Poisons Information Service (Birmingham Unit) and West Midlands Poisons Unit, Birmingham, UK
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