The only available atlas of human poisonings that fully explains the source of human poisonings, resultant lesions, and antidotes, the Color Atlas of Human Poisoning and Envenomation includes chapters on pharmacology and toxicokinetics, general poisoning management, and antidotes. It depicts poisonings from illicit substances, household products, medications, plant and mushroom poisoning, poison gas, biological and chemical warfare agents, and chemical and heavy metal poisoning. With a wealth of color photographs, this atlas provides an important resource for toxicologists and poison control professionals, as well as indispensable triage reference for ER, military, and pediatric clinicians.
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