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Synonyms for inhalant

something that is inhaled

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a medication to be taken by inhaling it

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According to the public prosecutor's office of the state of Guerrero, the youths frequented a site, near a river in the town of Coyuca de Benitez, "to use inhalants and other drugs.
Similarly, other inhalant allergies develop subtly.
Few comprehensive statistics exist on deaths from "helium huffing," but in Florida, a state that collects such data, 20 percent of the state's inhalant deaths were linked to helium.
Harvey Weiss, executive director of the coalition, suggested that it might be time to broaden the traditional focus on inhalant prevention among children and adolescents.
Gold, an expert on drugs and the brain, expressed concern about the central nervous system and brain damage caused by inhalant abuse.
Recent research has identified factors associated with inhalant use among adolescents and adults (Perron & Howard 2009; Wu & Howard 2007).
Butane gas inhalants enter through the pulmonary system into the blood supply and within seconds produce intoxication, he said.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Data released by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) showed that the 12 year olds have used potentially lethal inhalants more than marijuana, cocaine and hallucinogens combined.
Allergic sensitisation to any food allergen was present in 17% of the children, whereas 23% of the children were sensitised to any inhalant allergen.
When they believe that inhalants use is neither risky nor unacceptable, use of inhalants increases," stresses Harvey Weiss, executive director of the National Inhalant Prevention Coalition, Chattanooga, Tenn.
These clubs will raise awareness of doctors, patients and population about bronchial asthma in order to make new inhalant treatment technologies more accessible.
2 /PRNewswire/ -- The Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE), in partnership with the Maryland Department of Education and the Department of Health & Mental Hygiene launched the Maryland Inhalant Abuse Prevention Program today at a statehouse press conference.
2 A single session of inhaling highly concentrated amounts of inhalant chemicals, including those found in common aerosols, can lead to heart failure and death.
Inhalant abuse is an often overlooked form of substance abuse.
Instead, return to whacking with heavy white-page phone books, which are equally brain-rattling and leave few visible marks and no inhalant results.