Table of contents for Goldfrank's manual of toxicologic emergencies / Robert S. Hoffman ... [et al.].

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Table of Contents
1.	Historical Principles and Perspectives
A1	Antiquated Antidotes in Depth
2.		Toxicologic Plagues and Disasters in History
			Part A. The General Approach to Medical Toxicology
3.		Initial Evaluation of the Patient: Vital Signs and Toxic Syndromes
4. 	Principles of Managing the Poisoned or Overdosed Patient
5.	Electrocardiographic Principles 
6. 		Diagnostic Imaging
7. 	Laboratory Principles 
8. 	Techniques Used to Prevent Gastrointestinal Absorption
A2		Syrup of Ipecac
A3		Activated Charcoal
A4		Whole Bowel Irrigation and Other Intestinal Evacuants
9.		Pharmacokinetic and Toxicokinetic Principles
10.	Principles and Techniques Applied to Enhance Elimination
11.		Intensive Care 
			Part B. The Fundamental Principles of
			Medical Toxicology
Section I. Biochemical and Molecular Basis
12.	Chemical Principles
			Stephen J. Traub and Lewis S. Nelson
13.	Biochemical and Metabolic Principles 
14.		Neurotransmitters and Neuromodulators
15.		Withdrawal Principles
			Section II. Pathophysiological Basis: Organ Systems
16.		Thermoregulatory Principles
17.		Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Principles
18.		Psychiatric Principles
19.	Neurologic Principles
20.		Ophthalmic Principles
21.		Otolaryngologic Principles
22.		Respiratory Principles 
23.		Cardiovascular Principles 
24.		Hematologic Principles 
25.		Gastrointestinal Principles 
26.		Hepatic Principles
27.		Renal Principles
28.	Genitourinary Principles
29.		Dermatologic Principles
		Section III. Special Populations
30.	Reproductive and Perinatal Principles
31.	Pediatric Principles 
32.		Geriatric Principles
33.	Postmortem Principles
SC-1	Special Considerations: Organ Procurement from Poisoned Patients 
		Part C. The Clinical Basis of Medical Toxicology
		Section I. Case Studies
		A. Analgesics and Antiinflammatory Medications
34.		Acetaminophen
A5		N-Acetylcysteine
35.		Salicylates
A6		Sodium Bicarbonate
36.		Nonsteroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs
37.		Colchicine and Podophyllin
38.		Opioids
A7		Opioid Antagonists
			B.	Foods, Dietary and Nutritional Agents
39.		Dieting Agents and Regimens
40.		Iron
A8		Deferoxamine
41.		Vitamins
42.		Essential Oils
43.		Herbal Preparations
44.		Athletic ¿Performance Enhancers¿
45.		Food ¿Poisoning¿
46.	Botulism
A9		Botulinum Antitoxin
			C. Pharmaceuticals 	
47.		Anticonvulsants
A10		L-Carnitine
48.		Antidiabetics and Hypoglycemics
A11		Dextrose			
A12		Octreotide
49.		Thyroid and Antithyroid Medications
50.		Antihistamines and Decongestants 
A13		Physostigmine Salicylate
51.		Antimigraine Medications 
52.		Antineoplastics 
A14		Leucovorin (Folinic Acid) and Folic Acid	 
53.		Pharmaceutical Additives
					D. Antimicrobials
54.		Antibiotics, Antifungals and Antivirals 
55.		Antituberculous Medications
A15		Pyridoxine
56.		Antimalarials
			E. Cardiopulmonary Medications
57.	Anticoagulants
A16			Vitamin K1
A17		Protamine
58.		Calcium Channel Blockers
59.		?eta-Adrenergic Antagonists
A18		Glucagon
60.		Other Antihypertensives
61.	Antidysrhythmics
62.	Cardioactive Steroids
A19		Digoxin-Specific Antibody Fragments (Fab)
63.		Methylxanthines and Selective ?2 Adrenergic Agonists
			F. Anesthetics and Related Medications
64.		Local Anesthetics
65.	Inhalational Anesthetics
66.		Neuromuscular Blockers
A20		Dantrolene Sodium
			G. Psychotropic Medications
67.		Antipsychotics
68.		Lithium
69.		Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors
70.		Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors and Atypical Antidepressants
71.		Cyclic Antidepressants
72.	Sedative-Hypnotics
A21		Flumazenil
		H. Substances of Abuse 
73.	Amphetamines
74.		Cocaine
75.		Ethanol
A22		Thiamine Hydrochloride
76.		Ethanol Withdrawal
77.		Disulfiram and Disulfiramlike Reactions
78.		Gamma Hydroxybutyric Acid and Analogs
79.			Inhalants
80.	Hallucinogens
81.		Cannabinoids 
82.	Nicotine and Tobacco Preparations
83.		Phencyclidine and Ketamine
			I. Metals
84.	Antimony
85.	Arsenic	
A23		Dimercaprol (British Anti Lewisite or BAL)
86.	Bismuth
87.	Cadmium
88.	Chromium
89.	Cobalt
90.	Copper
91.	Lead
A24	Succimer (2,3-Dimercaptosuccunic Acid)
A25	Edetate Calcium Disodium (CaNa2 EDTA)
92.		Mercury
93.	Nickel
94.	Selenium
95.	Silver
96.	Thallium
A26	Prussian Blue
97.	Zinc
		J. Household Products
98.	Antiseptics, Disinfectants, and Sterilants
99.	Camphor and Moth Repellents
100.	Caustics 
101.	Hydrofluoric Acid and Fluorides
A27	Calcium 
102.	Hydrocarbons
103.	Toxic Alcohols
A28	Fomepizole
A29		Ethanol
		K. Pesticides
104.	Pesticides: An Overview with a Focus on Principles and Rodenticides
105.		Barium
106.		Sodium Monofluoroacetate and Fluoroacetamide
107.	Phosphorus
108.	Strychnine
109.		Insecticides: Organic Phosphorus Compounds and Carbamates 	
A30		Pralidoxime 
A31		Atropine 
110.	Insecticides: Organic Chlorines, Pyrethrins/Pyrethroids, and DEET 
111.	Herbicides
112.	Methyl Bromide and Other Fumigants 
		L. Natural Toxins and Envenomations
113.		Mushrooms
114.	Plants
115.	Arthropods
A32		Antivenom (Scorpion and Spider)
 		116.		Marine Envenomations
117.		Snakes and Other Reptiles
 A33		Antivenom (Crotaline and Elapid) 
		M. Occupational and Environmental Toxins
118.	Industrial Poisoning: Information and Control
119.	Simple Asphyxiants and Pulmonary Irritants 
120.		Carbon Monoxide
A34		Hyperbaric Oxygen
121.	Cyanide and Hydrogen Sulfide
A35	Sodium and Amyl Nitrites
A36	Sodium Thiosulfate
A37	Hydroxocobalamin
122.	Methemoglobin Inducers
A38		Methylene Blue
123.	Smoke Inhalation
		N. Disaster Preparedness
124.		Risk Assessment and Risk Communication
125.	Hazmat Incident Response 
126.		Chemical Weapons
127.		Biological Weapons
128.		Radiation
		Section II. Poison Centers and Epidemiology
129.	Poison Prevention and Education
130.	Poison Information Centers and Poison Epidemiology 
131.		International Perspectives in Medical Toxicology 
132.		Principles of Epidemiology and Research Design
133.		Adverse Drug Events and Postmarketing Surveillance
134		Medications, Errors, and Patient Safety
135.		Risk Management and Legal Principles

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Toxicological emergencies -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Emergencies -- Handbooks.
Poisoning -- Handbooks.
Poisons -- Handbooks.