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by R. J. Garner,etc.,Myra L. Clarke

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ISBN:
0702008621
Author:
R. J. Garner,etc.,Myra L. Clarke
Category:
Agricultural Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Bailliere Tindall; 2nd edition (October 1, 1981)
Pages:
328 pages
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1312 kb
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1889 kb
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1778 kb
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Veterinary toxicology by Reuben John Garner, 1967, Baillière, Tindall & Cassell . 3rd e. revised by E. G. C. Clarke and Myra L. Clarke.

Veterinary toxicology. by Reuben John Garner.

The diverse information needs of veterinary toxicologists can be illustrated by using veterinary clinical toxicology as an example. Veterinary clinical toxicologists are concerned with exposure assessment of many animal species to a bewildering array of potentially toxic chemicals (both naturally occurring and synthetic), investigation of animal deaths believed to be associated with toxicant. pharmacology, pathology, etc. Modern toxicology is a multidisciplinary field and borrows freely, in addition to the aforementioned areas, from veterinary sciences, environmental sciences and several others

Veterinary Toxicology. Modern toxicology is a multidisciplinary field and borrows freely, in addition to the aforementioned areas, from veterinary sciences, environmental sciences and several others. No matter which has provided his major basic training, a toxicologist should always be interested in the dynamic aspects of chemico-biological interactions.

Clinical Veterinary Toxicology. by Konnie Plumlee December 2003 This book covers all aspects of toxicology, including toxic diseases of large animals, small animals, and exotic pets. It provides key information on how poisons affect the body, how the body responds to a foreign substance, how poisonings are diagnosed, and how poisonings are treated. This resource addresses these differences, allowing the veterinarian to determine the class of toxicant, the mechanism of action, and the proper course of treatment

Professor and Head, Toxicology Department, Breathitt Veterinary Center, Murray State University . This book will also be a useful supplemental reference for veterinary students and clinicians.

Professor and Head, Toxicology Department, Breathitt Veterinary Center, Murray State University, Hopkinsville, KY, USA. Awards. The 85 contributing authors are an impressive group of experts from academia, government, industry, and the private sector. A strength of this book is that it covers a broad range of topics that encompass basic principles of regulatory, diagnostic, pathological, clinical, and environmental toxicology as they relate to many veterinary species.

Historical Veterinary Doses The first veterinary toxicology text I personally used was authored by Garner (1957) who was then a Senior Lecturer in Chemical Pathology (Veterinary) at the University o. .

Historical Veterinary Doses. Veterinary pharmacology books published from 1860 to 1950 are the best sources of information about herb dosing.

in Toxicology (Books). The book has a structure similar to a veterinary pharmacology text but is an excellent tool in the laboratory and clinics because it expands the information related to some medicaments and their possible side effects as part as the differential diagnosis. One person found this helpful.