This unique text's format makes it easy to diagnose and treat occupational toxicology patients, whether they know the substance of their exposure or not. Organized by occupation, industry, and environment, it covers what agents are plausible for exposure, systemic effects, and suggested treatments. Covers everything needed to understand, diagnose, treat and refer patients of toxic exposure. Provides a chemical agent cross-referencing system. Contains photographs from the Bettmann archives of historical photographs. Addition of new Associate Editor: Gayla McCluskey, CIH - President of the American Industrial Hygiene Association. Revises and updates all chapters with the latest information. Features 25 new chapters. Includes new contributors and new illustrations.Slovic P: Risk Communication, Risk Statistics, and Risk Comparisons: A Manual for Plant Managers. Washington ... 1999, pp. 35-39. 22. Gots RE: Risk communication: A few observations from a physi- cian/toxicologist/communicator. ... Gots RE, Gots BA, Spencer J: Proving causes of illness in environmental toxicology: aquot;Sick buildingsaquot; as an example. ... Arch Environ Health 43:234a237, 1988. Janerich DT. Burnett WS, Feck G, et al: Cancer incidence in the Love Canal area, Scienceanbsp;...
|Title||:||Occupational, Industrial, and Environmental Toxicology|
|Author||:||Michael I. Greenberg|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2003|