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Toxicology issues, inorganic particulates, dusts, products of biological origin, and pathogens /

by Bingham, Eula.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Wiley-Interscience publication.Patty's toxicology: 1Publisher: New York : Wiley, 2001Edition: 5th ed.Description: 852 p. : ill.ISBN: 0471319325.MeSH subject(s): Toxicology | Occupational Health | Occupational Exposure | Encyclopedias | Monograph
Contents:
[Contents] 1. Industrial toxicology: origins and trends. - 2. Pathways and measuring exposure to toxic substances. - 3. Reproductive and developmental toxicology. - 4. Occupational chemical carcinogenesis. - 5. Noncancer risk assessment: principles and practice in environmental and occupational settings. - 6. Interactions. - 7. Ecogenetics: the study of gene-environment interaction. - 8. Regulations and guidelines in the workplace. - 9. Toxic chemical information sources. - 10. Use of toxicological data in evaluating chemical safety. - 11. Silica and silica compounds. - 12. Asbestos. - 13. Talc. - 14. Rock wool and refractory ceramic fibers. - 15. Fiberglass. - 16. Coal. - 17. Wood dust. - 18. Cotton and other textile dusts. - 19. Bioaerosols and disease. - 20. Bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. - 21. Tuberculosis and other mycobacteria. - 22. Petroleum, coal tar, and related products
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[Contents] 1. Industrial toxicology: origins and trends. - 2. Pathways and measuring exposure to toxic substances. - 3. Reproductive and developmental toxicology. - 4. Occupational chemical carcinogenesis. - 5. Noncancer risk assessment: principles and practice in environmental and occupational settings. - 6. Interactions. - 7. Ecogenetics: the study of gene-environment interaction. - 8. Regulations and guidelines in the workplace. - 9. Toxic chemical information sources. - 10. Use of toxicological data in evaluating chemical safety. - 11. Silica and silica compounds. - 12. Asbestos. - 13. Talc. - 14. Rock wool and refractory ceramic fibers. - 15. Fiberglass. - 16. Coal. - 17. Wood dust. - 18. Cotton and other textile dusts. - 19. Bioaerosols and disease. - 20. Bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. - 21. Tuberculosis and other mycobacteria. - 22. Petroleum, coal tar, and related products