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Toxicology of Solvents book. Health and safety have become priority issues in industries across. Health and safety have become priority issues in industries across the world. Cases of neglect have cost companies dearly. Solvents have been the cause of occupational health problems for many years.
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ISBN13:9781859574003. Published by Rapra Technology Ltd, 2002.
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Free eBooks Download. free medical books, dental books, novels and Articles. Toxicology of Solvents By M. McParland, N. Bates. Publisher: Rapra Technology Ltd. Number Of Pages: 400. Publication Date: 2001-12. The Medical Toxicology Unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London is one of the largest specialist toxicology units in the world, providing information about poisoning to health professionals via a 24 hour telephone service.
Print Book & E-Book. Given this comprehensive treatment, this book is an essential reference for anyone interested in biomarkers across the scientific and biomedical fields. ISBN 9780128146552, 9780128146569. Evaluates the expansive literature, providing one resource covering all aspects of toxicology biomarkers. Includes completely revised chapters, along with additional chapters on the newest developments in the field. Identifies and discusses the most sensitive, accurate, unique and validated biomarkers used as indicators of exposure.
Solvents have been the cause of occupational health problems for many years. Workers have been exposed through skin contact, by breathing in vapours, by splashes in the eye and, in extreme cases, by ingestion. This book examines the clinical consequences of exposure to different solvents, particularly in the workplace.
The authors have examined material from key medical and toxicological libraries, books, databases and their own case studies, to find the key effects of solvent exposure. They have gone back to original case reports to verify facts. The information is summarised here in ordered sections, including cancer causing activity, skin and eye exposure effects, inhalation effects, reproductive effects and potential genetic effects. Both acute (short-term) and chronic (long-term) exposures are reviewed. Glycol ethers and esters are covered in one chapter, other common solvents are reviewed in individual chapters.
A very useful section on first aid is included, with precautions to be taken to avoid rescuers being affected.
Medical professionals will find useful information about antidotes, tests for exposure, and hospital management of affected patients.
A glossary of medical terms is included to assist non-medical readers in understanding the text.
Key featuresChapters divided into concise sections Useful summary at the start of each chapter Synonyms and identification numbers to facilitate solvent identification Physical and chemical properties Occupational exposure limits Biomonitoring Toxicology Hospital management Antidotes Very well referenced Glossary of medical terms Useful list of medical abbreviations and acronyms Index includes CAS, EINECS and RTECS numbers