Handbook of poisoning: diagnosis & treatment
Concise summary of diagnosis and treatment of clinically important poisons. Poisons arranged according to type, i.e., agricultural, household, medicinal, industrial, animal, and plant. Clinical findings, prevention, treatment, and prognosis are given for each poison. General index.
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General Considerations 1 Prevention of Poisoning
Emergency Management of Poisoning
Diagnosis and Evaluation of Poisoning
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