Catalog Record: Clinical toxicology; modern methods in the diagnosis and treatment of poisoning | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Clinical toxicology; modern methods in the diagnosis and treatment of poisoning, by Erich Leschke ... incorporating material on industrial poisoning by Franz Koelsch ... and with two appendices: I.--The prevention and compensation of industrial poisoning, by Franz Koelsch. II.--The detection of poisoning, post mortem, by Karl Meixner ... Translated by C. P. Stewart ... and O. Dorrer ... with 25 illustrations.

Main Author: Leschke, Erich, 1887-
Related Names: Dorrer, O. , Stewart, C. P. , Meixner, Karl 1879-, Koelsch, Franz 1876-
Language(s): English ; German
Published: Baltimore, W. Wood & Company, 1934.
Subjects: Autopsy.
Note: Translation of Die wichtigsten vergiftungen.
Printed in Great Britain.
Physical Description: illus., diagrs., 21 cm.
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