The Second Edition of Industrial Chemical Exposure reflects the changes in the status of biological monitoring over the past decade. Essentially double the size of the first edition, the Second Edition includes vast amounts of updated and expanded material on biological monitoring methods for individual chemicals. Almost every chapter has been rewritten from the point of view of recent research, and the list of relevant citations has increased considerably.Industrial Chemical Exposure 2nd Edition is a practical guide to biological monitoring for industrial clinical exposure assessment. Chapter 1 discusses the objectives of biological monitoring, the types of biological monitoring methods, their advantages and limitations, and practical aspects that must be considered before initiating a biological monitoring program. Chapter 2 summarizes what is known about biological monitoring for inorganic and organometallic substances. Chapter 3 discusses biological methods available for assessing exposure to organic substances. Chapter 4 is a summary table providing practical recommendations for chemicals discussed in the previous chapters. Industrial Chemical Exposure 2nd Edition is a useful reference for occupational physicians, industrial hygienists, clinical chemists, and toxicologists.