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Main Title Goldfrank's toxicologic emergencies
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Author Title of a Work
Goldfrank, Lewis R.
Publisher Appleton & Lange,
Year Published 1994
OCLC Number 29846511
ISBN 0838531466
Subjects Toxicological emergencies--Case studies ; Toxicological emergencies--Examinations, questions, etc ; Poisoning--case studies ; Poisoning--examination questions ; Emergencies--case studies ; Emergencies--examination questions
Holdings
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EIAR  RA1219.T68 1994 Region 2 Library/New York,NY 04/11/2003 STATUS
EJER  RA1219.T68 1994 OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC 02/28/1998
Edition 5th ed.
Collation xxiii, 1589 p., {4} p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Historical principles and perspectives -- General approach to medical toxicology -- General management of the poisoned or overdosed patient -- Nontoxic ingestion -- Techniques used to prevent absorption of toxic compounds -- Techniques to enhance elimination of toxic compounds -- Pharmacokinetic and toxicokinetic principles -- Toxicology laboratory -- Toxicologic imaging -- Vital signs and toxic syndromes -- Thermoregulatory principles -- Pulmonary principles -- Cardiovascular principles -- Neurologic principles -- Neurotransmitter principles -- Gastrointestinal principles -- Principles of nephrotoxicity -- Fluid, electrolyte and acid-base principles -- Hepatic principles -- Dermatologic principles -- Hematologic principles -- Ophthalmologic principles -- Otolaryngologic principles -- Endocrine principles -- Biochemical principles -- Immunologic principles -- Reproductive and perinatal principles -- Pediatric principles -- Geriatric principles -- Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome -- Use of the intensive care unit in managing the poisoned patient. (cont) Case studies and problem solving in toxicologic emergencies -- Acetaminophen -- Salicylates -- Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory agents -- Iron -- Vitamins -- Dieting agents and regimens -- Caffeine -- Theophylline -- Hypoglycemic agents -- Anticonvulsants -- Antihistamines -- Anticoagulants -- Antituberculous agents -- Antimalarial agents -- Ergotamines -- Antibiotics -- Antineoplastic agents -- Digitalis -- Antihypertensive agents -- Digitalis -- Antihypertensive agents -- Antidysrhythmic agents -- Cyclic antidepressants -- Neuroleptic agents -- Monoamine oxidase inhibitors -- Lithium -- Opioids -- Sedative-hypnotic agents -- Ethanol -- Methanol, ethylene glycol and isopropanol -- Cocaine -- Amphetamines -- Phencyclidine -- Lysergic acid diethylamide and other psychedelics -- Marijuana -- Disulfiram and disulfiramlike reactions -- Substance withdrawal -- Food poisoning -- Botulism -- Mushrooms: toxic and hallucinogenic -- Herbal preparations -- Plants -- Nicotine -- Arsenic -- Lead -- Mercury -- Cadmium and other metals and metalloids -- Antiseptics, disinfectants and sterilants. (cont) Camphor and mothballs -- Insecticides: organophosphates and carbamates -- Insecticides: chlorinated hydrocarbons, pyrethrins and DEET -- Rodenticides -- Herbicides: paraquat and diquat -- Recognition and follow-up of workplace poisonings -- Methemoglobinemia -- Simple asphyxiants and pulmonary irritants -- Smoke inhalation -- Carbon monoxide -- Cyanide and hydrogen sulfide -- Hydrocarbons -- Caustics and batteries -- Hazardous materials releases and decontamination -- Farm toxicology -- Art hazards -- Toxic envenomations -- Snakes and other reptiles -- Arthropods -- Marine animals -- Preventive, psychosocial, nursing, epidemiologic, research and legal perspectives -- Prehospital and interhospital principles -- Social context and the principles for assessment and intervention -- Psychiatric principles -- Nursing principles -- Prevention and the role of the poison center -- Risk management -- Principles of research design in medical toxicology.