Now in its revised and updated Second Edition, this volume is the most comprehensive and authoritative text in the rapidly evolving field of environmental toxicology. The book provides the objective information that health professionals need to prevent environmental health problems, plan for emergencies, and evaluate toxic exposures in patients.Coverage includes safety, regulatory, and legal issues; clinical toxicology of specific organ systems; emergency medical response to hazardous materials releases; and hazards of specific industries and locations. Nearly half of the book examines all known toxins and environmental health hazards. A Brandon-Hill recommended title.Often, dryness can be controlled by encouraging and facilitating regular intake of water, sometimes supplemented by the use of ... In any case, no need exists for preplacement restrictions for asthmatics. ... Contact lenses may be troublesome for some clean room workers because of the dry air, not because of the ... The suits are designed and woven to minimize fraying and shedding of particles or fibers.
|Title||:||Clinical Environmental Health and Toxic Exposures|
|Author||:||John Burke Sullivan, Gary R. Krieger|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2001|