abusable

abusable

(əˈbjuːzəbəl)
adj
able to be abused
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Conversely, it appears that Concerta does not readily lend itself to conversion to an easily abusable form.
NKTR-181 is not a reformulation of a marketed opioid, which is a commonly-used method to attempt to prevent the manipulation of existing long-acting opioid drugs into more abusable forms.
Based on an abundance of literature indicating that low brain dopamine function confers a high vulnerability to substance use and aberrant behavior seeking, it is not surprising that every known abusable drug as well as gaming, sex and even music all cause the neuronal release of dopamine at the brain reward site.
Buprenorphine is not easily abusable, especially when prescribed as the naloxone/buprenorphine combination.
Doctors can then have access to a confidential data base, find out whether someone has been doctor-shopping, whether they've been given an inordinate amount of certain abusable prescriptions when they present themselves.
Fresh chips will also ease some of the challenges at the restaurant level by reducing fry time, extending fryer oil life by releasing less water into the oil and having few fines, and generally being very abusable and easy to use.
These guidelines provide incentives to industry to make drugs safer and less abusable.
17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Verde Environmental Technologies of Burnsville, MN has been awarded a Phase 1 SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) contract by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), a branch of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for the development of an inexpensive at home deactivation system for unwanted abusable psychoactive drugs.
Volkow pioneered the use of brain imaging to investigate the toxic effects and addictive properties of abusable drugs.
The tampering methods used in this study are commonly employed by abusers to destroy the time-release mechanism of tablet and capsule formulations to make the drug more abusable.
Additionally, women are more likely to be prescribed abusable prescription drugs, like an anti-anxiety medication.