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Title Analytical toxicology for clinical, forensic, and pharmaceutical chemists / editors, H. Brandenberger, R.A.A. Maes
Published Berlin ; New York : W. de Gruyter, 1997


Description 1 online resource (xxvii, 735 pages) : illustrations
Series Clinical biochemistry ; 5
Clinical biochemistry ; 5.
Contents Part 1 Chapters of General Nature; 1.1 Emergency Toxicology (M. Schmidt and M. Roth); 1.2 Therapeutic Drug Monitoring (A. D. Fraser); 1.3 Special Aspects of Forensic Toxicology (H. Brandenberger); 1.4 Analytical Aspects of Doping in Sports (D. de Boer, T. J. A. Seppenwoolde-Waasdorp and R. A. A. Maes); 1.5 Pharmacokinetics as Applied to Drug and Doping Research (T. B. Vree); 1.6 The Future of Immunochemical Drug Analysis (T. Takatori and M. Nagao); 1.7 The Future of Instrumental Analysis in Toxicology (H. Brandenberger); Part 2 Chapters Concerned with Special Poison Classes
2.1 Natural Gases and Vapors (H. Brandenberger)2.2 Carbon Monoxide (T. Kojima); 2.3 Determination of Alcohol Levels in the Body (H. Brandenberger, R. Brandenberger and K. Halder); 2.4 Volatile Hydrocarbons (T. Nagata and K. Kimura); 2.5 Volatile Halogenated Compounds (R. J. Flanagan); 2.6 Pesticides (M. Geldmacher-v. Mallinckrodt and G. Machbert); 2.7 Glycols (M. Roth); 2.8 Inorganic Anions (M. Roth); 2.9 Non-Metals of Group 16 (M. Roth and M. Pelletier); 2.10 Metals of Toxicological Significance (H. Brandenberger and M. Roth)
3.3 Hypnotics and Sedatives Not Belonging to the Classes of Barbiturates and Benzodiazepines (H. Brandenberger)Part 3 Toxicological Drug Analysis; 3.1 Barbiturates (H. Brandenberger); 3.2 Benzodiazepines (H. Schütz); 3.4 Anticonvulsants Not Belonging to the Classes of Barbiturates and Benzodiazepines (W. R. Külpmann); 3.5 Neuroleptics (R. Whelpton); 3.6 Antidepressants (R. A. Braithwaite); 3.7 Beta-Blocking Drugs (M. S. Leloux); 3.8 Analgesics, Antipyretics and Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Agents (B. Widdop); 3.9 Antihistamines (H. Brandenberger)
3.10 Volatiles Used and Abused as Anesthetics (H. Brandenberger)3.11 Digitalis (= Cardiac) Glycosides (J. Hallbach and H. Vogel); 3.12 Cyclosporins (D. W. Holt); 3.13 Anticoagulants (M. Geldmacher-v. Mallinckrodt); 3.14 Alkaloids (Y. Kuroiwa and T. Yoshida); 3.15 Stimulants (D. de Boer, T. J. A. Seppenwoolde-Waasdorp and R. A. A. Maes); 3.16 Designer Drugs (G. L. Henderson); Part 4 Blood Level Data; 4.1 Blood Level Data (D. R. A. Uges); Index
Summary Aimed at toxicologists and pharmacists involved in analytical work, this text provides critical evaluations of analytical possibilities to help with the choice of methods
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes English
Subject Analytical toxicology.
Poisons -- Analysis.
Toxicology -- methods
MEDICAL -- Toxicology.
Analytical toxicology
Poisons -- Analysis
Form Electronic book
Author Brandenberger, H. (Hans)
Maes, R. A. A. (Robert A. A.), 1937-
LC no. 97002360
ISBN 9783110881615
Other Titles Analytical toxicology