Mastering Real Estate Principles

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Dearborn Trade Publishing, 2001 - Business & Economics - 552 pages
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The third edition of Medical Toxicology is a landmark publication that provides the most comprehensive and consistent approach to the field of clinical toxicology available today. The first part of the book begins with an overview of the practice of clinical toxicology in the regional poison centre and in the emergency department. The book then goes on to cover common and rare toxicologic presentations and how to diagnose poisoning based on symptoms with several concise chapters on supportive care and the use of antidotes for treatment. The second part of the book contains chapters that discuss specific toxins: chemical, biological, pharmaceutical, natural, industrial and household agents are all covered thoroughly. Features: - Full colour images throughout - Presents both medical and surgical emergencies in a visual format - Logically organised by body system or region - Standardised chapter template makes information retrieval easy - New chapters on biological and chemical weapons

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Cortesi is a licensed Illinois broker, an adjunct business faculty member at Triton College and computer audit specialist at Household International, Inc.

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