Focused extensively on the toxic effect of chemicals on the cardiovascular system, Cardiovascular Toxicology, Fourth Edition is comprised of several key sections beyond cardio and vascular toxicity, such as principles of myocardial cell injury and key methods of assessing cardiovascular function.
New developments include:
- expanded chapter on passive smoking, which includes adverse effects of smoking, and the effects of secondary smoke
- new chapter on the negative effects from environmental chemicals on the cardiovascular system
- chapters covering antibacterial agents and endotoxins include new information on cardiovascular toxicity of antimicrobials, as well as anti-viral agents, antibacterial agents, and other agents
Table of Contents
Part I – Introduction. Chapter 1: Advances in Cardiovascular Toxicology. Chapter 2: Pathobiology of Myocardial Ischemic Injury. Part II – Methods. Chapter 3: Nonclinical Safety Assessment of the Cardiovascular Toxicity of Drugs and Combination Medical Devices. Chapter 4: Novel Approaches in the Evaluation of Cardiovascular Toxicity. Chapter 5: Cardiovascular Dynamics in Conscious Primates. Part III – Cardiotoxicity. Chapter 6: Cardiovascular Toxicity of Antimicrobials. Chapter 7: Cardiotoxicity of Anthracyclines and Other Antineoplastic Agents. Chapter 8: Catecholamine-induced Cardiomyopathy. Chapter 9: Adverse Effects of Centrally Acting Drugs on the Cardiovascular System. Chapter 10: Adverse Effects of Drugs on Electrophysiological Properties of the Heart. Chapter 11: Cardiovascular Effects of Steroidal Agents. Chapter 12: Cardiotoxicity of Industrial Chemicals and Environmental Pollutants. Chapter 13: Adverse Effects of Cigarette Smoking on the Cardiovascular System. Part IV – Vascular Toxicity. Chapter 14: Overview of Vascular Toxicology. Chapter 15: Pathobiology of the Vascular Response to Injury. Chapter 16: The Arterial Media as a Target of Injury by Chemicals.