Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisonings
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The new revised version of EPA's pesticide poisoning handbook is now available.The fifth edition of Recognition and Management of Pesticide Poisonings is edited by Dr. Routt Reigart and Dr. James Roberts, and is published by EPA's Office of Pesticide Programs. Both English and Spanish versions are available.
The new edition covers about 1,500 pesticide products in an easy-to-use format. Toxicology, signs and symptoms of poisoning, and treatment are covered in 19 chapters on major types of pesticides. The new edition covers new pesticide products that have come on the market since 1989, includes a new chapter on disinfectants, reviews clinical experiences with pesticide poisonings, and contains detailed references.
View Entire Handbook (238 pp, 895K)
Table of Contents
Title Page and Table of Contents (4 pp, 17K)
Section I General Information
Section II Insecticides
Section III Herbicides
Section IV Other Pesticides
14 Arsenical Pesticides (12 pp, 54K)
15 Fungicides (19 pp, 76K)
16 Fumigants(13 pp, 65K)
17 Rodenticides (14 pp, 60K)
18 Miscellaneous Pesticides, Solvents, and Adjuvants (13 pp, 55K)
19 Disinfectants (12 pp, 53K)
Recognition and Management of Pesticide
Poisonings, ed. Dr. J. Routt Reigart and Dr. James R. Roberts, 5th edition.
EPA #735-R-98-003, English. March 1999.
EPA#735-R-98-004, Spanish. June 1999.
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