Lippincott's Manual of Toxicology gives the emergency medicine clinician or toxicologist the information necessary to quickly diagnose and treat a broad range of poisonings and toxicologic emergencies. The content is provided in a concise and practical manner with evidence-based recommendations. The chapters are all extracted from the Harwood Nuss textbook, Clinical Practice of Emergency Medicine. This text is written by medical toxicologists, board certified and practicing, and highlights critical interventions and common pitfalls. Common poisons as well as rare and hard to look up poisons are included to provide you with readily available information at your fingertips. Features include: acPrehospital care information acContent designed to speed searchability acCritical interventions acCommon pitfallsChlorine gas became infamous as a chemical warfare agent in World War I. It is heavy, dense, and greenish yellow in color. ... As the mixture of an acid (typically found in toilet bowl cleaners) with bleach liberates chlorine gas, householdanbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-07-12|