Clinical Management of Poisoning and Drug Overdose
Here's a comprehensive and clinically-specific reference on toxicology. The 3rd Edition includes chapters on overdose during rapid-sequence intubation and conscious sedation, management of complications of thrombolytic agents, and the application of hyperbaric medicine in toxicology. Provides the perfect balance of basic pharmacokinetics and clinical management. Contributions are by experts in the field.
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FOREWORDA BRIEF HISTORY OF THE POISON
PRINCIPLES OF PHARMACOLOGY FOR THE CLINICIAN
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