The Toxicology Handbook provides you with quick access to common ingestions you're likely to see in the Emergency Department. Chapters covering Pesticides, Cardiovascular Drugs, Drugs of Abuse, and many more put essential topics right at your fingertips. Each chapter follows a similar organization, making information quick and easy to find.
Bulletted format makes information easy to access and read
Chapters follow the same organization Introduction and Overview, Substances, Toxicity and Clinical Presentation, Laboratory Evaluation, Treatment, Special Considerations, Admission Criteria/Disposition, Pearls and Pitfalls, References/Suggested Readings allows you to find information quickly
Full of clinical pearls, including Toxicology Mnemonics and Acronyms, The Toxicology Lab, Antidotes, Street Names for Drugs of Abuse, and more!
Chapters logically organized by types of drug like Pesticides, Cardiovascular Drugs, and Drugs of Abuse for ease of use.
By Carson R. Harris, MD, Senior Staff Emergency Physician, Director, Clinical Toxicology Consulting Service, Emergency Medicine Department, Regions Hospital, St. Paul, Minnesota; Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Minnesota Medical School; Assistant Clinical Professor, College of Pharmacy, University of Minnesota; Consultant for the Hennepin Regional Poison Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota
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