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Perhaps the pendulum has begun to swing the other way with regard to Internet information retrieval. Nonetheless, the Internet provides a valuable source, especially with regard to frequently changing regulatory requirements. There are some types of information such as ranges for physiological parameters that maintain their usefulness for many years. Other information such as regulatory guidelines is often updated and modified, in some cases so frequently that it is outdated before the drafts of these books make it to print. In this regard, some information from the earlier editions of the handbook has been reprinted unchanged, other information has been updated where possible, and information that generally changes too frequently to be relevant for a reference book of this type has been removed. In some cases, we have provided updated material for regulatory and other information that tends to change less frequently and have retained older, possibly outdated material (e.g., hazard classifications) for historical purposes to provide the reader with a source of information that may be needed to understand and interpret older reports and publications and to allow comparison with current practices. As always, the reader is advised to verify that any information provided in this handbook is still relevant for his or her current situation and needs.