Handbook of Toxicology of Chemical Warfare AgentsEdited by
- Ramesh Gupta, Murray State University, Breathitt Veterinary Center, Hopkinsville, KY, USA
Toxicologists, homeland security specialists, risk assesment specialists.
Hardbound, 1168 Pages
Published: March 2009
Imprint: Academic Press
"Handbook of Toxicology of Chemical Warfare Agents...is a comprehensive and up-to-date monograph covering in nine sections virtually everything related to the topic, from "anthrax" to "VX." The editor did an excellent job of giving a homogenous "feel" to the contributions of more than 160 authors with varying backgrounds and points of view. The list of contributors reads like the "Whos Who" in the field. This handbook is a most welcome addition to any library, institutional or private, and a must for anybody interested in the field."
- Dr. Georg Petroianu, Florida International University, Miami, USA"Handbook of Toxicology of Chemical Warfare Agents is an excellent reference book, not only recommended to toxicologists, but also to all medical personnel who may be involved in the response to chemical incidents".
- Dr. Rene Pita, Professor, Chemical Defense Department of the NBC Defense School, and Qualified Expert in Toxicology by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, Madrid, Spain
- Section 1 Introduction, Historical Perspective and EpidemiologySection 2 Toxicokinetics and Physiologically Based PharmacokineticsSection 3 Target Organ ToxicitySection 4 Agents That Can Be Used as Weapons of Mass DestructionSection 5 Risks to Animals and WildlifeSection 6 Special TopicsSection 7 Analytical Methods, Biosensors and BiomarkersSection 8 Prophylactic, Therapeutic, and Countermeasures Section 9 Decontamination of Chemical Warfare AgentsSection 10 Homeland Security