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Main Title Concepts in inhalation toxicology /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
McClellan, R. O.,
Henderson, Rogene,
Publisher CRC Press,
Year Published 2019
OCLC Number 1120069788
ISBN 9780367401580; 0367401584
Subjects Gases, Asphyxiating and poisonous--Toxicology. ; Respiratory organs--Pathophysiology. ; Lungs--Pathophysiology. ; Respiratory organs--Effect of chemicals on.
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EKBM  RA1245.C66 2019 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 01/27/2022
Edition Second edition.
Collation xxiv, 648 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
This edition originally published: Washington, D.C.: Taylor & Francis, 1995. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Part 1: Chapter 1 An introduction to inhalation toxicology Roger O. McClellan - Part 2: Inhalation exposure Chapter 2 Inhalation exposure systems Yung-Sung Cheng and Owen R. Moss Chapter 3 Generation and Characterization of Gases and Vapor Brian A. Wong Chapter 4 Generation and Characterization of Test Atmospheres: Particles and Droplets Owen R. Moss and Yung-Sung Cheng - Part 3: Basic biology of the respiratory tract Chapter 5 Morphology of the Respiratory Tract Robert F. Phalen, Hsu-Chi Yeh, and Shankar B. Prasad Chapter 6 Lung Biochemistry and Intermediary Metabolism for Concepts in Inhalation Toxicology Aron B. Fisher Chapter 7 Metabolic Characteristics of the Respiratory Tract Alan R. Dahl - Part 4: Disposition of Inhaled Material Chapter 8 Deposition and Clearance of Inhaled Particles Richard B. Schlesinger Chapter 9 Pulmonary Retention of Particles and Fibers: Biokinetics and effects of Exposure Concentrations M.B. Snipes Chapter 10 Regional Dosimetry of Inhaled Reactive Gases Frederick J. Miller and Julia S. Kimbell Chapter 11 Factors Modifying the Disposition of Inhaled Organic Compounds James A. Bond and Michele A. Medinsky Recent developments have provided new data on the subject of inhalation toxicology, requiring an update of the previous edition of this popular text. Like the first, this second edition explains the basic concepts and quantitative approaches in inhalation toxicology, and it gives a comprehensive treatment of evaluations of respiratory responses to inhaled particles and gases. The author here explores new understanding of the role of cytokines in pulmonary inflammation and risk assessment. Immunologists, oncologists, respiratory specialists and students in those fields will find Concepts In Inhalation Toxicology to be essential to their practice.