Toxicology Handbook

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Elsevier Australia, 2006 - Medical - 468 pages
The Toxicology Handbook provides an easily followed approach to the assessment and management of common, unusual and life-threatening poisonings. Separate sections address envenoming problems specific to Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific. This easy-to-use handbook has a practical clinical focus and contains the authors' "Handy tips" and "Pitfalls" together with paediatric and pregnancy considerations.
  • Locally relevant information on bites stings and envenomation; first of its type.
  • Paediatric and pregnant considerations
  • Includes nursing considerations
  • Clinical practical focus
  • Written by physicians actively involved in managing patients with acute and common poisonings. Developed in close consultation with end users
  • Handbook style

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