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This pocket-sized manual represents the fourteenth edition of a treatise on poisoning which was first published by the late Dr. W. Murrell in 1881 and which has been carried on by Dr. Hamill since 1921. To facilitate reference the book has been completely reset in larger type and page.
The initial sections on Classification, Antidotes, Emetics, etc., and especially on Diagnosis of Poisoning, are excellent in their terse but adequate presentation. The body of the volume comprises a discussion first of acute, then of chronic poisonings, arranged in alphabetical order. It includes symptoms, fatal dose and treatment. The index is
Murrell's What to Do in Cases of Poisoning.. Ann Intern Med. 1935;8:1379. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-8-10-1379_1
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