J. Dix -"
Color Atlas of Forensic Pathology"
VIVIDLY ILLUSTRATED. Includes 800 high-quality, full-color, captioned photographs
. EXHAUSTIVE COVERAGE. Examines an entire gamut of death and injury situations, including blunt trauma; sudden natural death; firearm and shotgun injuries; asphyxia; thermal injuries; drugs, electrical and environment; pediatric pathology
. CONVENIENT. Book format for those who prefer it to a CD-ROM
. DEMONSTRABLE. Provides case examples for investigators who can use more 'visuals' in understanding their work and how the manners of death (accident, homicide, suicide, and natural) are diagnosed
. VERSATILE. Encompasses a variety of disciplines-forensic pathologists, medical examiners, homicide detectives, death investigators, criminal defense and prosecuting attorneys, students of pathology, special libraries and institutions such as regional crime labs
A male homicide victim with a shotgun blast to the chest. A female drug addict who has overdosed on crack cocaine. An elderly woman with deep stab wounds to the neck. A two-year-old motor vehicle accident victim with blunt head trauma.
For forensic pathologists, police detectives, and crime scene investigators, dealing with death and injury is a daily routine. But even after investigating thousands of drownings, shootings, stabbings, electrocutions, overdoses, and traffic accidents, most professionals in the investigative fields still haven't seen it all.
Originally published on CD-ROM, the Color Atlas of Forensic Pathology addresses much of the basic information which forensic pathologists and other investigators deal with on a day to day basis. Packed with 780 full-color, captioned photographs, this atlas examines everything from time of death and decomposition, to identification, to causes of death from blunt trauma, firearm injuries, asphyxia, cutting and stabbing injuries, and more. The atlas shows the various causes of death and injury with case -- "visuals" to help investigators understand the work they perform.
Indeed, with its exhaustive coverage, the Color Atlas of Forensic Pathology will provide investigators with valuable insight into the many different causes of death and injury they must deal with and how the manners of death are diagnosed.
Osamu Suzuki - "Drugs & Poisons in Humans"
This book has been arranged such that any analytical chemist can start analytical experiments for a drug or poison in a crude biological matrix, even if she/he has no experience of analyzing that compound. This is particularly useful in view of the acute risk of terrorist attacks in the world today.
Special care has been given to clarify the origins (manufacturers) or synthetic methods for chemicals to be used to reproduce the experiments.
The specimens to be analyzed are presumed to be complicated matrices (not clean waste or ground water) such as whole blood, tissues or urine, which contain cells, membranes, proteins and lipids in every chapter. Therefore, procedures for extraction of a drug or poison have been given in great detail.
Each chapter is composed of a rigid internal structure comprising Introduction, Reagents and their Preparation, Conditions of Analytical Instruments, Procedures, Assessment of the Methods, Poisoning Case Examples, Toxic and Lethal Concentrations in Human Specimens, Notes and References.
The chapters have been written by 67 authors who are experts engaged in analysis of each compound. This type of book for analysis of drugs and poisons has not been published elsewhere in the world.
"Handbook of Forensic Science" by Federal Bureau of Investigation
Each day the modern crime laboratory attempts to discover new techniques of applying recent technological and scientific developments to aid the on-the-scene investigator in solving crime. The Handbook of Forensic Science seeks to familiarize the investigator with these techniques and to make known the capabilities and the limitations of the crime laboratory.
The value of properly collected physical evidence examined by trained scientists in the crime laboratory cannot be overestimated. It is a vital element in our criminal justice system.
At crime scenes every law enforcement officer shares the responsibility of collecting as much pertinent evidence as possible. The objective of the Handbook is to make available to law enforcement personnel a guide to legally accepted and practical procedures for collecting, preserving and handling physical evidence.
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