The American Academy of Paediatrics defines inhalant
abuse "is the intentional inhalation of a volatile substance for the purpose of achieving an altered mental state."
The volatile substance, commonly used as an inhalant
to achieve a euphoric effect, was put inside a 300 ml Royal True Orange plastic bottle.
There were three theories about what caused the cardiac arrest, Kramp said: The inhalant
could have oversensitized the patient's heart, which can make any subsequent stress, like getting caught by a parent, cause cardiac arrest.
Pollen, mold, and dust/house mites are potential sources of inhalant
allergies in cats.
The frequency of positive reactions to the inhalant
allergens ranged as high as 29%; 30 antigens had positivity rates of at least 10% (table 1).
Kate Brown signed, House Bill 2546, which expands the Oregon Indoor Clean Air Act to cover the use of "inhalant
delivery systems," which include e-cigarettes, e-hookahs, vape pens and other devices.
According to Worldwide Research about Youth (1) in 1990, 41 countries had epidemiological information about the consumption of inhalant
solvents among individuals between the ages of 12 to 29 years, who reported an incidence of consumption between 5% and 20%.
and food allergies are induced and regulated by IgE and can be present in children and adults with frequent or chronic upper respiratory inflammatory episodes that are often misdiagnosed as viral infections .
For example, the National Addiction Surveys conducted studies in schools in Australia and North America that indicated high rates of experimental inhalant
use during early adolescence, as high as 26% of 12 year old students (Johnston, O'Malley & Bachman, 2003; White & Hayman, 2004).
It is known that inhalant
exclusive use is rare, most teenagers tend to use other drugs as well.
According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV), inhalant
drugs are psychotropic substances divided into four groups based on their action mechanism: volatile solvents, aerosols, gases and nitrites (1).
Something I use when I get a cold is an inhalant
that you breathe up your nose, like Vicks Sinex or Olbas Oil, which makes the lining of our sinuses shrink and helps drainage.