Drug Testing in Hair
CRC Press, May 7, 1996 - Law - 304 pages
Drug Testing in Hair is the first book on this timely and controversial topic. The book's purpose is to validate hair testing as an accepted form of evidence for use in courts and elsewhere, such as the military and the workplace. This volume presents the most recent experiments and clinical applications to provide missing information and insight into the unanswered questions of hair testing.
Active researchers working in hair testing have contributed chapters to this book. New data, never before published, are incorporated into the text, so the reader receives cutting-edge information from experts in the field. This is must-have information on everything you need to know about drug testing in hair.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Technical and Legal Aspects of Drugs of Abuse Testing in Hair
Society of Forensic Toxicologists SOFT Consensus Statements
E J Cone and R Joseph
Determination of Cocaine and Opioids in Hair
Cannabis and Amphetamine Determination in Human Hair
W A Baumgartner and V Hill
Other editions - View all
acid addition Africoid amount amphetamine Anal analytical appear application assay Baumgartner benzoylecgonine binding brown buffer chromatography clinical cocaine codeine collected compared comparison compounds concentration Cone contamination correlation court cutoff decontamination derivatization detection Determination digestion dose drugs of abuse effects evaluation evidence exposed exposure external extraction false Figure fluid Forensic Sci Forensic Toxicology GC/MS greater groups hair analysis hair samples hair test hair types haloperidol head heroin human hair incorporation indicated individual interpretation kinetic Kintz laboratory levels limited Mangin mass matrix measured melanin metabolites methadone methamphetamine methanol method months morphine NaOH ng/mg nicotine observed obtained opiates passive patients performed phosphate positive possible present procedures proteins quantitative ratio removed reported segments self-reports showed solution specimens spectrometry subjects supercritical sweat TABLE techniques Toxicol treatment urinalysis urine users wash