4 edition of Toxicology and occupational medicine found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||organizer, William B. Deichmann.|
|Series||Developments in toxicology and environmental science ;, v. 4|
|Contributions||Deichmann, William B.|
|LC Classifications||RA1191 .I57 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 480 p. :|
|Number of Pages||480|
|LC Control Number||78010198|
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The book contains chapters on the Occupational Toxicology, 2nd Edition introduces the basics of toxicology that underpin the application of toxicological information to the workplace environment. The book contains chapters on the most important workplace exposures such as metals, pesticides, solvents, plastics, gases, and particulate matter, as Pages: Written for health professionals, introductory chapters cover toxicological concepts, clinical manifestations of exposure, the diagnosis of occupational disease, and industrial hygiene aspects of chemical exposures. The book moves on to cover more than alphabetically arranged entries .
Occupational Toxicology, 2nd Edition introduces the basics of toxicology that underpin the application of toxicological information to the workplace environment. The book contains chapters on the most important workplace exposures such as metals, pesticides, solvents, plastics, gases, and particulate matter, as well as the organs likely to be Format: Hardcover. Title: Occupational toxicology 1 Occupational toxicology Lecture 2 Environmental toxicology Ass. Prof. Laith A. Alrudainy MBChB, MSc, PhD 2 Lead Toxicity 3 Sources of lead - Extraction process - Lead-acid battery manufacture - Ship breaking - Car radiator repair - Welding - Paint manufacture or application - Plumbing - Petrol manufacture -.
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Occupational Toxicology, 2nd Edition introduces the basics of toxicology that underpin the application of toxicological information to the workplace environment. The book contains chapters on the most important workplace exposures such as metals, pesticides, solvents, plastics, gases, and particulate matter, as well as the organs likely to be affected/5(2).
The purpose of the conference was the presentation by delegates of research reports on subjects in the broad field of Toxicology and Occupational Medicine, followed by free discussions by all participants.
This volume contains 47 papers and begins by tracing the history of the Inter-American Conferences. Purchase Toxicology and Occupational Medicine - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe only book of its kind that examines the toxicology of work related illness by occupation.
So, a practitioner faced with a patient can look up and read about the toxic hazards that are specific to that patient's job or occupation.
This book rated as one of the best by the American Journal of Industrial Medicine 4 people found this helpfulCited by: OCCUPATIONAL, INDUSTRIAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY quickly provides practicing clinicians with the specific and detailed information they need to cost-effectively diagnose, manage, and treat toxic exposures.
It's the only book available that recommends a diagnosis according to a patient's occupation, as well as signs and by: This book covers the following topics: Introduction to Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, Classification of Hazardous Substances, Linking chemical exposures and health effects, Biological monitoring and Medical surveillance, Approach to managing case problems in occupational medicine, HCS and GA regulations, Pesticides, Solvents, Toxic gases, Occupational Cancers, Organic Solvent encephalopathy, Occupational neurological disease, Case study in Dioxin Toxicity and Heavy Metal Toxicity.
Other groups who may find this edition useful as a ready reference are medical students, occupational health nurses, or clinical specialists in fields such as dermatology, respiratory medicine or toxicology. The book is targeted at all those who are interested in the interaction between work and health, and how occupational diseases and work-related disorders may present/5(2).
Current Occupational & Environmental Medicine, like other books of this series, brings information and even solutions to problems in a very complete, clear to understand and concise manner that other books (specially reference textbooks) usually are not able to by: Occupational Toxicology, 2nd Edition introduces the basics of toxicology that underpin the application of toxicological information to the workplace environment.
The book contains chapters on the most important workplace exposures such as metals, pesticides, solvents, plastics, gases, and particulate matter, as well as the organs likely to be affected. Occupational Toxicology retains the lucid, practical approach that won the first edition such praise and will be of interest to students of occupational and industrial toxicology and practitioners in industry.
Dr Neill Stacey has been, until recently, Project Safety and Environmental Affairs. Immunology, Toxicology Comments Off on Allergy and Immunotoxicology in Occupational Health Jan 17 This book offers a collection of the latest clinical and research findings related to allergies, one of the most frequently treated conditions in occupational medicine.
Important fields interfacing with occupational toxicology - hygiene, epidemiology, and occupational medicine - are also covered to assist the reader in understanding the necessity of 1/5(1).
Chapter 8 discusses the importance of occupational toxicology in relation to health protection activities, important sources of information about toxic agents in the workplace, the methods by which occupational exposure to toxic substances may affect health during manufacture, transport, storage, and use, incidents that have resulted from occupational exposures to toxic chemicals, and how they Author: Virginia Murray.
The Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology is an Open Access, online journal that publishes research articles, short reports and reviews related to the field of occupational/environmental medicine and toxicology.
The first published articles focus on respiratory medicine and infectious diseases .Cited by: Immunology, Toxicology. Jan 17 This book offers a collection of the latest clinical and research findings related to allergies, one of the most frequently treated conditions in occupational medicine.
The chapters not only cover asthma but also elaborate on contact dermatitis, rhinitis, and other allergic conditions, providing readers. These four specialties are all used in clinical toxicology, which involves the treatment of individuals poisoned by medicines and over-the-counter drugs, and occupational toxicology, which focuses on the exposure of workers and the diseases that result from those the last several decades, there has been the development of environmental toxicology, which is concerned with chemical.
Important fields interfacing with occupational toxicology - hygiene, epidemiology, and occupational medicine - are also covered to assist the reader in understanding the necessity of cross-discipline considerations in dealing with workplace exposures. Occupational Health Practice, Third Edition is a comprehensive account of the practice of protecting and improving health in the workplace.
Topics covered by this book include pre-placement screening; principles of toxicology; the mental health of people at work; and thermal stresses in occupations. Mayo Clinic providers perform assessments for health effects related to environmental exposures (for example, lead, carbon monoxide, radon) or chemical exposures.
To complete an assessment, Safety Data Sheets for the chemicals used at work along with any environmental testing of the workplace (for example, air quality testing) that has been. Casarett and Doull's toxicology: the basic science of poisons / editor, Curtis D. Klaassen, PhD, DABT, ATS, FAASLD, University Distinguished Professor and Chair (Retired), Department of Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutics, School of Medicine, Unive Ninth edition.
Although toxicology and environmental health information is used in a wide range of occupations and professional endeavors, including nursing and clinical medicine, pharmaceutical development, chemical manufacturing, environmental engineering, and law, the committee was charged specifically with examining the toxicology and environmental health information needs of health professionals.
The authors of this book are toxicology and physician colleagues at the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, University of South Florida, Tampa, USA.
This is the 6th edition of the book which was first published in Author: Alister Scott.Especially useful to review for board exam in Occupational Medicine, it is also a must have for launching physicians new to the field.
Includes coverage on the scientific foundation in epidemiology and toxicology along with the often over-looked discipline of risk science, management of common medical problems, and practical issues such as.