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December 8, 1906

Toxicology. The Nature, Effects and Detection of Poisons, with the Diagnosis and Treatment of Poisoning.

JAMA. 1906;XLVII(23):1936. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520230072025

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Abstract

This volume gives in the compass of about 200 pages the essentials of toxicology as far as the subject interests the ordinary student or practitioner of medicine. The analytic directions include the methods likely to be needed in making the preliminary tests of vomited matter, urine or feces in suspected cases of poisoning. The directions for treatment are clear and embrace the treatment of chronic cases as well as acute.

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