Biological monitoring is a complex and sometimes daunting area of occupational and environmental medicine clinical practice of biological monitoring second edition provides a clear path for the intricate task of selecting the appropriate laboratory test the most relevant matrix for testing or the most informative analyte so as to best interpret a chemical test result for clinical relevance. Includes a description of occupational and environmental toxicology basics as well as biological methods and objectives details both the advantages and limitations of biological monitoring including practical pre and post analytical considerations methods for assessing exposure are outlined and augmented with figures and tables. Clinical practice of biological monitoring second edition is a concise accurate user friendly resource for planning biological monitoring selecting the correct test and accurately interpreting the test results ten new chapters cover exposure to chemicals that now are contemporaneous with commerce or public health. Clinical practice of biological monitoring harold e hoffman robert b palmer and scott phillips edition of a concise pocket size book that aims to provide practical guidance on the selection and interpretation of biological monitoring tests for chemical exposures the three north american authors represent the perspectives of both . Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied
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