Veterinary Toxicology, 1e (Practical Veterinarian)
- Publish Date: 2001-02-01
- Binding: Paperback
- Author: Joseph D. Roder DVM PhD DABVT
This concise review of clinically relevant toxins supplies you with vital information on the source, clinical signs, toxicity, mechanism of action, diagnosis, and treatment options most commonly encountered in veterinary practice. Organized alphabetically, this book is designed to enable you to locate quickly the vital information you need to diagnose and treat the animal. The final chapter includes practical information on collecting and storing samples, finding diagnostic laboratories to evaluate the toxic specimens, and interpreting the data.
* Informs you of the most common toxins encountered in practice
* Alphabetical listing of toxicants and antidotes allows you to pinpoint information quickly
* Contains contact information for the veterinary diagnostic laboratories and the poison control centers found in each state