In recent years, a vast amount has been written on adverse drug reactions, yet this surfeit of information has made it more difficult for clinicians to obtain umambiguous answers to their questions. This book provides a "map" for clinicians to find their way through the jungle of tocicological fact and theory. Comprehensive yet succinct, the text deals with matters of fundamental importance, with five new chapters, and extensive revisions of chapters in previous editions. The approach by clinical feature rather than by drug matches the way the problem presents itself to the clinician. This will be invaluable, user-friendly resource for all clinicians.
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D. M. Davies, Honorary Consultant Physician, Shotley Bridge General Hospital.Review:
" ... especially helpful. It offers great potential for the practising clinician, and for those in clinical allergy and immunology, it will be essential." Annals of the RCPSC (June 2000)
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Book Description Hodder Education Publishers, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110412824809