Human Toxicology of Chemical Mixtures
Toxic Consequences Beyond the Impact of One-Component Product and Environmental ExposuresBy
- Harold Zeliger
Toxicologists, medical practitioners, industrial hygienists, safety personnel, chemical formulators in the chemical, personal care, cosmetic, pharmaceutical, industrial, and consumer chemical product industries. Other segments include food manufacturers, laboratory workers, environmental and OSHA training personnel, forensic investigators and attorneys involved in toxic torts litigation.
Published: July 2008
Imprint: William Andrew
"An easy-to-read book that should be in any toxicologist's library. With an enormous effort of synthesis, the author has treated a wide variety of subjects in the emerging field of chemical mixtures." -- Arturo Ortego, M.D., School of Medicine and Health Sciences, Rovira I Virgili University, Reus, Spain
- PART I Introduction to Chemical Toxicology of MixturesIntroductionHealth Effects of Exposures to Chemical MixturesAbsorption of Chemical MixturesChemical ToxicologyPART II Exposures to Chemical MixturesScope and sources of toxic exposuresIn Utero ExposureAir PollutionWater PollutionSoil PollutionFoodChemicals In and Around The HomeSick Building SyndromeIndustrial ExposurePesticidesAlcohol and Tobacco: Recreational ToxinsElectromagnetic Radiation and Toxic ExposurePART III Mixture Effects on Body SystemsRespiratory SystemNervous SystemDevelopmental NeurotoxicologyAutism: Effect of Maternal Exposure to Neurotoxic ChemcialsAttention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)Endocrine SystemToxic InfertilityTeratogensImmune SystemChemical Sensitivity: Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS)SkinMusculoskeletal SystemCardiovascular SystemLiverKidneysCancerChildhood CancerCancer ClustersPART IV REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS, CONCLUSIONSRegulatory RequirementsConclusions