Principles of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology

by Rajesh Bardale

The Principles of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology depicts legal procedure, medical jurisprudence, medical evidence, legal aspects of medical practice related to forensic medicine and toxicology. Major topics of discussion include consumer protection act, procedure in court, or ethics and medical research related to toxicology, forensic osteology, regional injuries, road traffic accidents, thermal injuries, violent asphyxia, assisted reproduction, starvation, euthanasia, medicolegal aspects of embalming, anesthetic and operative deaths, trace evidences, and medicolegal aspects of AIDS. Management of toxicology, diagnosis of poisoning, corrosive poisons, inorganic irritants, organic irritants, mechanical irritants, pesticides, cardiac poisons, somniferous poisons, inebriant poisons, peripheral nerve poisons, asphyxiants, and food poisoning are briefly discussed. Forensic osteology, is added and aimed to cater theoretical and practical need of students. Latest trends in management of poisoned patients have been included.

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Author Author's Affiliation
1. Bardale Rajesh Government Medical College and Hospital, Nagpur (Maharashtra), India
ISBN 9789350254936
Speciality Forensic Medicine
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/11334
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2011
Pages 582
Book Type Textbook

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