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Safe handling & disposal of cytotoxic drugs / Calder and Baker [editors]
Bib ID 3007506
Format BookBook
Author
Conference on Safe Handling and Disposal of Cytotoxic Drugs, (1985 : Adelaide, S.A.)
 
Description Adelaide : South Australian Health Commission, Public Health Service, 1987 
vi, 82 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0730803848
Notes

"Proceedings of a Conference on Safe Handling and Disposal of Cytotoxic Drugs held in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia on 16th April 1985."

"Sponsored by Travenol Laboratories Pty Ltd."

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Antineoplastic agents -- Safety measures -- Congresses.  |  Antineoplastic agents -- Absorption and adsorption -- Congresses.  |  Antineoplastic agents -- Side effects -- Congresses.  |  Drugs -- Administration -- Congresses.  |  Hazardous wastes -- South Australia -- Congresses.
Other authors/contributors Baker, Chris  |  Calder, I. C. (Ian C.)  |  Travenol Laboratories  |  South Australian Health Commission. Public Health Service

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