Clarke's Analytical Forensic Toxicology
Negrusz, Adam; Cooper, Gail
Edited by Adam Negrusz, Associate Professor of Forensic Science, University of Illinois, and Gail Cooper, Lead Forensic Toxicologist and Senior Lecturer, Department of Forensic Medicine and Science, University of Glasgow.
Clarke's Analytical Forensic Toxicology offers you a fresh perspective on the drugs and poisons that you are most likely to encounter in forensic toxicology. It focuses on collection, extraction and analysis.
This second edition is fully updated to reflect advances in analytical and forensic toxicology. New and extended chapters include:
- sampling, storage and stability
- in-utero exposure to drugs of abuse
- drug-facilitated sexual assault
Additional features are included from the fourth edition of Clarke's Analysis of Drugs and Poisons.
Forensic science laboratory workers will find this comprehensive textbook an invaluable tool.
For students and teachers of forensic science, toxicology, clinical pharmacology and analytical chemistry, this is a crucial resource. It provides unrivalled coverage of analytical forensic toxicology.
1. Introduction to Forensic Toxicology
2. Pharmacokinetics and Metabolism
3. Drugs of Abuse
4. Other Substances Encountered in Clinical and Forensic Toxicology
5. Workplace Drug Testing
6. Alternative Specimens
7. Postmortem Toxicology
8. Clinical Toxicology, Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, In Utero Exposure to Drugs of Abuse
9. Drug Abuse in Sport
10. Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault
11. Alcohol, Drugs and Driving
12. Forensic Chemistry and Solid Dosage Form Identification
13. Sampling, Storage and Stability
15. Colour Tests and Thin-Layer Chromatography
17. Ultraviolet, Visible and Fluorescence Spectrophotometry
18. Infrared Spectroscopy
19. Gas Chromatography
20. High-Performance Liquid Chromatography
21. Mass Spectrometry
22. Quality Assurance and Control in the Toxicology Laboratory
From the reviews of the previous edition:
24-Jul-09, Doody's Notes
'This book combines the pertinent subjects from the larger text with significant new chapters of more current interest, such as in-utero drug exposures and drug-facilitated sexual assault...it is a useful review for forensic toxicology in general, and an excellent explanation of the various techniques in analytical forensic toxicology. Practicing clinical toxicologists will find it a welcome addition to their references...it also covers the most important areas toxicologists will encounter, namely drug and alcohol impaired driving, sport toxicology, workplace drug testing, and postmortem toxicology. In-depth chapters cover all major analytical methods (i.e., immunoassay, GC, HPLC, MS, etc.), which practicing toxicologists will find useful'
Michael G Holland, Doody's Notes, 24th July 2009
01-May-09, Bulletin of the International Association of Forensic Toxicologists
'Affordable, comprehensive reference for students, researchers and both budding and practicing laboratory scientists...A very useful look up guide to what's what in techniques, drugs, metabolites, reagents and other things forensic. It's very easy on the eye with abbreviations in bold blue...÷Clarke÷ is essential reading matter for the forensic and clinical toxicologist. This edition, in soft cover, is very well presented and covers an exhaustive range of both esoteric and general topics'.
Dr John Lewis, Bulletin of the International Association of Forensic Toxicologists Volume XXXIX Number 1
01-Jan-09, Trends in Analytical Chemistry
'The structure of the book is a wealthy mixture of problem-orientated and methodology orientated approach and covers all important aspects of the field.'
Sandor Gorog, Trends in Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 28, No. 1, 2009
ISBN 978 0 85711 054 1
Published May 2013
246 x 189mm (656pp)