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This textbook is based on Volume 1 of "Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons" by Moffatt, Osselton and Widdop (ISBN 9780853694731). The text is aimed at students undertaking Forensic Science degrees (B.Sc or M.Sc). Existing chapters from Clarke's have been edited for a student audience.Forensic science courses in the UK have been developed since 1990. To date, there are over 50 degree programmes (now also including M.Sc) and over 350 possible course combinations with a Forensic element to them. A brief survey of student intake for these courses over the past three years revealed an exponential rise in numbers which is set to continue. This situation is mirrored in the US, Europe and the rest of the world.Analytical Toxicology is an important subject within Forensic Science and this textbook has been developed based on Volume 1 of "Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons" (ISBN 9780853697114). The existing chapters from Clarke's have been edited for a student audience, rendering the material suitable for a recommended course textbook.The editors, Sue Jickells and Adam Negrusz are actively engaged in teaching analytical toxicology at respected universities (King's College, London and University of Illinois at Chicago). This title will be of interest to academics teaching Forensic Science, Analytical Chemistry, Biomedical Science and to students of Forensic Science (MSc and BSc).
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This invaluable textbook, written by international experts, covers all the main elements of forensic toxicology and analytical toxicology techniques. It also covers the important parts of pharmacokinetics, drug metabolism, chromatography and pharmacology with a particular focus on drugs of abuse. Based on Volume 1 of Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons, the definitive source of analytical data for drugs and poisons, the chapters have been re-edited and updated for a student audience. Information on drug abuse and postmortem toxicology have been included, and new chapters have been added on: · in utero exposure to drugs · drug-facilitated sexual assault. Clarke’s Analytical Forensic Toxicology is an excellent introduction to the subject for students of forensic science, forensic toxicology and analytical chemistry. It will also be of interest to academics teaching these courses and a detailed resource for those working in forensic science laboratories. This book will not only see you through your course in analytical toxicology, it will see you through your career as well. Sue Jickells is Senior Lecturer, King's College London, Department Forensic Science and Drug Monitoring, London, UK. Adam Negrusz is Associate Professor, Assistant Director of Forensic Sciences, and the Director of Animal Forensic Toxicology Laboratory, Department of Biopharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA. This book is adapted from contributions published in Volume 1 of Clarke’s Analysis of Drugs and Poisons 3rd edition. Consulting Editors: Anthony C Moffat, Head of the Centre for Pharmaceutical Analysis, School of Pharmacy, University of London, UK. M David Osselton, Director, Centre for Forensic Sciences, Bournemouth University, UK. Brian Widdop, Consultant Toxicologist, Medical Toxicology Unit, Guy’s Hospital, London, UKAbout the Author:
The editors, Sue Jickells and Adam Negrusz are actively engaged in teaching analytical toxicology at respected universities (King's College, London and University of Illinois at Chicago).
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Book Description Pharmaceutical Press, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110853697051
Book Description Pharmaceutical Press, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0853697051