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inhalant

1. (esp of a volatile medicinal formulation) inhaled for its soothing or therapeutic effect
2. an inhalant medicinal formulation
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These kits contain power points, videos, brochures and other educational material to inform other professionals, parents and students on the dangers of inhalant abuse and prevention strategies.
After failing to keep their heralded promise to withdraw abused adhesives, Fuller officials portrayed inhalant abuse as society's problem - not theirs.
357 magnum," Tim Rohrig, an inhalant abuse specialist, declared in an interview last year with Multinational Monitor.
Its core program areas are Inhalant Abuse Prevention, Disease Prevention, Poison Prevention, and Product Management.
Possible effects of inhalant abuse include "sudden sniffing death," and long-term abuse can result in memory loss, hearing loss, limb spasms, brain damage, bone marrow damage, and problems in the liver and kidneys.
Disorders associated with inhalant abuse include toluene-induced hearing loss, cerebellar ataxia, sensory-motor polyneuropathy resulting from nitrous oxide exposure, hexane(e.
Inhalant abuse is on the upswing among teens--especially young teens--and the dangers are very real.
Consumer Product Safety Commission and consumer products manufacturer SC Johnson to introduce an educational video about inhalant abuse.
As noted by Trebilcock (1993), the attitudes of friends and family members of a teenage boy who died of inhalant abuse were ".
IN LATIN AMERICA, where two-fifths of the earth's 100 million street children live, inhalant abuse, particularly glue-sniffing, is pandemic, and it is a legal and profitable business for corporations like St.
org website, and its ongoing efforts to reach out to parents and children about inhalant abuse.
Inhalant abuse also remained stable, with 7 percent of teens indicating they've abused inhalants over the past year.