MONDAY, 02 NOVEMBER 2020
Forensic Toxicology and Drug Control in a Post-COVID-19 World
Assessment of alcohol consumption during COVID-19 pandemic by means of ethyl glucuronide concentrations in hair samples of selected populations
Abused substances during the COVID-19 pandemic in Izmir, Turkey
Strengthening the global approach to postmortem toxicology interpretation
Finden by KURA biotech
New trends in drug diversion and drug use in the western region of Algeria
Atika BENDJAMAA (SATOX PRESENTATION)
CBD - The Swiss legislation accelerating CBD to become a pharmaceutical drug
Enhancing toxicovigilance and harm minimisation through collaborative and comprehensive toxicology testing in Australia
Intoxication par les pesticides inhibiteurs de l'activité cholinestérasique: À propos d'un cas
(Pesticide poisoning due to cholinesterase activity inhibitors: A case study)
Radia ZAMOUM (SATOX PRESENTATION)
The importance of toxicology information services upon a rare insecticide intoxication
Serap Annette AKGÜR
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