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This book is designed as a quick reference guide for physicians on the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of poisoning. It has been used as a classroom text for courses in toxicology for students of pharmacology, pharmacy, public health, industrial medicine and forensic medicine. Poisons are grouped according to their major toxic action, e.g., cerebral convulsants, muscle poisons, etc. There are four chapters devoted to principles of treatment, a chapter on symptom diagnosis and an extensive section (152 pages) on chemical diagnosis of poisoning. Detailed methods of analyses are given for the identification of the major poisons with a bibliography. The
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Clinical Toxicology.. Ann Intern Med. 1955;43:1347. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-43-6-1347_2
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