Veterinary Toxicology

Radhey Mohan Tiwari, Malini Sinha, "Veterinary Toxicology"
Oxford Book Company | 2010 | ISBN: 9380179286, 9789380179285 | 289 pages | File type: PDF | 18,6 mb

A vast number of substances potentially toxic to animals exist, including pesticides, household cleaning products, agricultural chemicals, automotive products, human prescription and non-prescription drugs, herbal remedies, and poisonous plants and animals. With such huge numbers of potential toxins, it is impossible foe veterinarians to be knowledgeable about all of them. But because some poisonings can cause illness or even death within only minutes to hours after exposure, immediate access to reliable information on diagnosis and treatment is essential. Often intoxications involve new drugs or chemical products for which very little or no published veterinary toxicity data is available.


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