This manual and reference work provides a source of analytical data for drugs and related substances. It is intended for scientists faced with the difficult problem of identifying a drug in a pharmaceutical product, in a sample of tissue or body fluid, from a living patient or in post-mortem material. Volume One contains 32 chapters covering the practice of and analytical procedures used in forensic toxicology. Volume Two contains over 1750 drug and related substance monographs detailing: physical properties; analytical methods; pharmacokinetic data; and toxicity data, as well as expanded indexes and appendices. These volumes should be useful for all forensic and crime laboratories, toxicologists and analytical chemists, pathologists, poison information centres and clinical pharmacology departments. The CD-ROM contains the full text of the volumes, plus an easy-to-use custom-built interface, advanced searching, hot-linked references to scientific texts and annual updates that will include new and updated drug monographs.