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METHMethylene Chloride
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provide a brief synopsis of the clinical presentation of patients who use methamphetamine
describe some of the complications of methamphetamine abuse/dependence, focusing on methamphetamine-induced psychosis
The lower limit of detection for this analysis was 5 pg/mg for methamphetamine and amphetamine.
We're in the middle of a methamphetamine epidemic," said Jane Maxwell, research director at the University of Texas at Austin's School of Social Work, who released a report last month on methamphetamine use in Texas.
There have been isolated reports of adverse renal effects, including necrotising renal vasculopathy, an exaggerated decline in renal function over a 15-year follow-up of patients who used methamphetamines, a higher serum creatinine level 1 year after transplant in recipients from donors who had used methamphetamines, and early graft loss of two kidneys from donors who had used methamphetamines.
55 million over three years, will support research to determine whether a methamphetamine vaccine may be safely advanced into a clinical trial with humans.
To sum up, the few targeted efforts aimed at reducing and/or preventing the problem of Methamphetamine intoxication demonstrate that a strategic program of research, prevention, and treatment is required to address Methamphetamine intoxication.
The third chapter pertains to illegal production of methamphetamine in the United States.
Although several studies have documented an association between methamphetamine use and risky, (14-19) sexual behaviors among gay and bisexual men, fewer studies have examined the association among heterosexuals (20,21) and only 1 has been reported among US youth.
According to the new survey, "The Methamphetamine Epidemic: The Changing Demographics of Methamphetamine," 61% of counties in 44 states reported having seen an increase in the number of women abusing methamphetamine.
In 2003, because large quantities of these materials are used in the illicit manufacture of methamphetamine, many states and counties began enacting so-called precursor laws to cold medications containing pseudoephedrine, ephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine.