Clinical toxicology of commercial products
Williams & Wilkins, 1984 - Business & Economics - 2009 pages
To assist the physician in dealing with acute chemical poisonings from misuse of consumer products. Provides a list of trade name products with ingredients, sample formulas of products with an estimate of the toxicity, toxicological information of individual ingredients, and recommendations for treatment and supportive care.
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