- monitoring for harmful substances in the workplace
- the benefits and limitations of testing for critical levels of toxic materials in bodily tissues and fluids
- state–of–the–art developments in biological monitoring
- a wide variety of toxic chemicals and selected physical agents
- monitoring for HIV and AIDS
- importance of exposure routes
- the most up–to–date methods of health and medical surveillance
- the interpretation of adduct concentrations
- biological exposure indices
- biological monitoring of pesticides
- biological monitoring in the home and around hazardous waste sites
- and much more
Concepts in Chemistry.
Concepts in Biochemistry.
ROUTES OF EXPOSURE, DISTRIBUTION, METABOLISM, AND BIOLOGICAL MONITORING MEDIA.
Distribution of Xenobiotics After Absorption.
MEDICAL/HEALTH SURVEILLANCE, MEDICAL SCREENING, AND MEDICAL MONITORING.
Medical Markers and Factors that Affect Them.
Adducts: An Overview.
Hemoglobin Binding as a Dose Monitor for Human Exposure to Carcinogens and Mutagens.
AIDS Therapy: Functional Changes in Immune Regulating Proteins Caused by Preparation Techniques.
Volatile Nitrites: A Valid Health Concern.
Biological Exposure Indices.
Biological Monitoring and Pesticides.