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Patty's Toxicology
Fifth Edition
8-Volume Set + Index Volume

Edited by: Eula Bingham, Barbara Cohrssen, and Charles Powell

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Praise for previous editions of Patty's . . .
"Exhaustive and encyclopedic . . . a valuable reference . . . highly recommended."
-- Veterinary and Human Toxicology

"Defines and adjusts the scope, depth, and breadth of industrial hygiene." 
-- Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene

"The first port of call when you need to access extensive toxicological data." 
-- Toxicology

"This is an important set for any biological, chemistry, industrial, or engineering library." 
-- American Reference Books Annual

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9-Volume Set  
(8 volumes + cumulative index)

Pub Date: December 2000
Approx. 9,000 pp.

 

Description

For over fifty years, Patty's has served as the standard reference for occupational health and toxicology professionals. Now in its Fifth Edition, Patty's has been completely revised and updated. All topics have been logically clustered and broken out into two discrete works - Patty's Industrial Hygiene, 5th Edition, 4-Volume Set, and Patty's Toxicology, 5th Edition, 9-Volume Set - making information retrieval easier and faster than ever. All volumes within each set will be published simultaneously and can be purchased individually or as a set.

Thoroughly revised and updated, Patty's Industrial Hygiene, 5th Edition presents cutting-edge information on the recognition and evaluation of chemical agents, physical agents, and biohazards in the workplace as well as engineering control of exposure and personal protection. Legal and regulatory issues and management aspects of industrial hygiene, plus specialized topics and allied professions are also covered.

Featuring improved format and complete reorganization of the material, Patty's Toxicology, 5th Edition presents comprehensive toxicological data for industrial compounds in logical groupings, from metals to synthetic polymers. Information for each compound includes CAS numbers, RTECS numbers, physical and chemical properties, threshold limit values (TLKs), permissible exposure limits (PELs), maximum workplace concentrations (MAK), and biological tolerance values for occupational exposures (BAT). Coverage also includes major issues in toxicology assessment as well as other forms of toxic agents.

 

Features and highlights . . . 

  • Completely reorganized into two discrete multi-volume sets-Patty's Industrial Hygiene, 5th Edition, and Patty's Toxicology, 5th Edition
  • The new format saves research time and money
  • Clearly defined topic areas, written by renowned experts in their fields
  • Comprehensive, up-to-date toxicological data conveniently organized by compounds
  • CAS numbers, properties, TLVs, PELs, MAK, and BAT for each compound
  • Cutting-edge information on the recognition, evaluation, and control of workplace hazards
  • Specialized topics, regulatory issues, risk assessment procedures, and much, much more


About the Editor

EULA BINGHAM is Professor of Environmental Health at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. In addition to serving as Assistant Secretary of Labor in the Carter Administration, Professor Bingham has served as President of Collegium Ramazzini, received the Henry F. Smyth award in toxicology from the AIHA (American Industrial Hygiene Association), and was elected to the Institute of Medicine. 

BARBARA COHRSSEN is an industrial hygiene consultant with Cohrssen Environmental Inc. in San Francisco. A board certified industrial hygienist (CIH) and a Fellow in the AIHA, Ms. Cohrssen holds a Masters in Library Science degree as well as MS in environmental health and BS in ceramic engineering. 

CHARLES H. POWELL (deceased) was Vice President and Secretary of Cohrssen Environmental, Inc. The author of over 70 publication, Dr. Powell was a CIH, a past president of the AIHA, and a Fellow and Honorary Member of AIHA. He held several positions with NIOSH and in private industry in addition to teaching at the University of Missouri at Columbia. 


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