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Handbook of forensic toxicology for medical examiners.


Handbook of forensic toxicology for medical examiners.

Molina, D. K.

CRC / Taylor & Francis


370 pages


Spiral Binding

CRC series in practical aspects of criminal and forensic investigations


This is intended as a quick reference handbook for medical examiners. Dr. Molina gives a short overview of collection procedures and methodology before proceeding to a listing of a wide assortment of drugs both prescription and non-prescription. Street drugs are listed by chemical names and common slang terms. Each drug is listed with its classification, half life, volume of distribution and normal dosage. The lethal dose is given according to the source of the sample. Comments on particular reactions are noted. A list of source articles follows each entry.

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