Occupational Emergency Medicine
February 2011, BMJ Books
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1 Introduction (James M. Madsen).
2 Potentially Lethal Occupational Exposures (Christina Price and Dennis P. Price).
3 Occupational Dermatology: Issues for the Emergency Department (David Vearrier).
4 Occupational Infections (Amy J. Behrman).
5 Occupational Toxicology (John A. Curtis and David A. Haggerty).
6 Work-Related Trauma and Injury (Mark Saks and Brad A. Rahaman).
7 Occupationally Based Disaster Medicine (James M. Madsen).
8 Work-Related Ocular Injuries (Joseph L. D’Orazio).
9 Occupational Pulmonary Disease (Michael G. Holland).
10 Occupational Illness and Injury in Law Enforcement Personnel (Richard T. Tovar).
11 Occupational Illness and Injury in Firefi ghters (Richard T. Tovar).
12 Occupational Illness and Injury in Prehospital Care Personnel (Derek L. Isenberg and Carin M. Van Gelder).
13 Health Hazards and Emergency Care for Health Care Workers (Amy J. Behrman).
14 Occupational Concerns for Truckers and Drivers (Natalie P. Hartenbaum).
15 Unusual Problems in Occupational Emergency Medicine (Edward A. Ramoska and Guneesh Saluja).
16 Arts Medicine: An Overview for Emergency Physicians (Robert T. Sataloff and Mary J. Hawkshaw).
17 Occupational Hearing Loss: An Overview for Emergency Physicians (Robert T. Sataloff, Mary J. Hawkshaw, and Joseph Sataloff).
18 Voice Disorders: An Overview for Emergency Physicians (Robert T. Sataloff and Mary J. Hawkshaw).
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