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nitrous

of, derived from, or containing nitrogen, esp in a low valency state
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Research shows that they can remove up to 40 per cent of nitrous oxide and 60 per cent of particulate matter from the surrounding air.
Officers are warning people of the dangers of inhaling the gas, saying there is a risk of death - as a lack of oxygen can occur when using nitrous oxide.
The scale of the problem was highlighted at the V Festival in Weston Park, Staffordshire, in 2015 when a staggering 17,000 nitrous oxide canisters were seized.
Dangers of nitrous oxide AFTER finding literally hundreds of empty cream chargers in the Freeman and Aylestone areas of Leicester, police issued a warning about the party drug's perils.
Very recently, I had a 20-year-old patient whose brain appeared to have the same level of damage as an alcoholic who had been drinking for 40 years as a result of inhaling nitrous oxide," Dr.
Patients were divided into two groups: Group-1 consisted of one hundred patients sedated by nitrous oxide inhalation and Group-2 consisted of one hundred patients sedated by intravenous propofol and midazolam.
On TRNSMT's website, fans are warned nitrous oxide and all substances formerly known as legal highs will be treated "as illegal drugs".
Latest research shows that nitrous oxide is now ranked the fourth most popular drug in the UK, excluding alcohol, tobacco and caffeinated energy drinks.
The small, silver nitrous oxide canisters have been spotted in parks, back lanes and outside of Christ the King Catholic Church in Westhill Road.
Nitrous oxide has been used for more than a century and given to about two billion patients.
The Global Nitrous Oxide Industry 2016 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Nitrous Oxide industry.
Nitrous oxide is a gas with several legitimate uses and is approved for use as a food additive, also known as E942.