inhalant


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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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"As an important yet under-recognised form of substance abuse, inhalant abuse crosses all demographic, ethnic, and socioeconomic boundaries, causing significant morbidity and mortality in school-aged and older children," it said.
Inhalants like rugby, however, are considered a depressant rather than a stimulant.
NHANES III investigators looked at 10 inhalant allergies and the rate of skin-test positivity.
1, people aren't allowed to use e-cigarettes and other inhalant delivery systems in workplaces, restaurants, bars and other indoor public places in Oregon.
On the other hand, a look at international literature about the epidemiology of the consumption of some inhalant solvents indicated that this is a frequent practice among young people in countries like Brazil, Mexico, Paraguay, Chile, Colombia, Nicaragua, Spain, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
Moreover, the predictive value of total IgE was determined separately for inhalant, food, and multiple allergies, in order to verify which type of allergy is more specifically associated with high total IgE levels.
Chronic inhalant use is associated with numerous medical consequences; however, the most commonly reported are neurotoxicity and psychiatric issues (Bowen, Batis, Paez-Martinez & Cruz, 2006; Kurtzman, Otsuka & Wahlet, 2001; Lubman et al., 2008; Ridenour, Bray & Cottler, 2007).
A cross-sectional study was carried out addressing lifetime inhalant use and its association with socioeconomic status, lifetime marijuana use and lifetime binge drinking among 936 adolescents aged 15 to 19 years enrolled at public and private schools in the city of Belo Horizonte between August 2009 and February 2010.
OLBAS OIL, an aromatic inhalant imported by the Penn Herb Co., is a blend of six natural essential oils designed to invigorate and sooth the nasal and bronchial areas.
Next to the bodies police found a nylon bag with an inhalant drug.
Comment: The dangers of inhalant abuse are well known.