Industrial Medicine (1935)Product Code: 341
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Title: Industrial Medicine
Author: W. Irving Clark and Philip Drinker
Publisher: National Medical Book Company, New York
Publication Date: 1935
This is a very early book that provides information on the health effects of asbestos dust.
Topics covered in this book include:
- Symptoms and Physical Signs of Asbestosis
- Photo of a lung x-ray showing Asbestosis
- Pathology of Asbestosis
- Diagnosis of Silicosis and Asbestosis
- Treatment of Silicosis and Asbestosis
- Asbestos Dust Concentration
Two quotes from this book:
"Sufficient exposure to dust of asbestos in any stage of its processing may cause asbestosis."
"Early removal of the affected worker from the inciting cause of his disease is imperative."
by W. Irving Clark and Philip Drinker
National Medical Book Company, New York
Printed for the Encyclopedia Corporation of America
Condition: Overall good to very good. Covers and edges have a few stains. Front endpaper has a couple marks, otherwise pages are in very good condition. No dustjacket.
Weight: 1lb 1oz
Dimensions: 5.25" x 7.50"