|Author:||Randall C. Ph.d. Baselt|
|Subcategory:||Medicine & Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Biomedical Pubns; 9th edition (November 1, 2011)|
|Other formats:||docx rtf txt doc|
Beach, CA: Biomedical Publications, 2011. Not only does this growth reflect the. vast increase in chemical and drug development in society, it. provides the reader with a sense of the longevity of this much. needed contribution to medical toxicology and overall scien
Disposition of toxic drugs and chemicals in man. Randall C Baselt.
Disposition of toxic drugs and chemicals in man. Hardcover: 802 pages.
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The quality of the descriptions is excellent even though they are necessarily brief.
The Disposition of Toxic Drugs and Chemicals in Man is among the most popular reference books for forensic toxicologists and pathologists. I think the book accomplishes this purpose. The quality of the descriptions is excellent even though they are necessarily brief.
Disclosure: Randall C. Baselt, PhD, has . Baselt, PhD, has been a friend and colleague of mine for over 40 years. I once recruited him to join the faculty at the University of California, Davis, as our academic toxicologist. Twenty-two hundred pages and weighing 5 pounds, the book catalogs approximately 6000 substances, described alphabetically from abacavir to zuclopenthixol.
Baselt (former director, Chemical Toxicology Institute, Foster City, California) presents essential information on the disposition of chemicals and drugs most frequently encountered in cases of human poisoning. This includes data on body fluid concentrations of substances in normal or therapeutic situations, concentrations in fluids and tissues in instances of toxicity, Baselt (former director, Chemical Toxicology Institute, Foster City, California) presents essential information on the disposition of chemicals and drugs most frequently encountered in cases of human poisoning.
Entries are listed alphabetically and consist of the compound name and chemical structure along with information regarding half-life, volume of distribution, fraction bound to protein, and dissociation constants.
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