Harm reduction: Australia as a case study. (1/995)This paper explicates the term, "harm reduction"; demonstrates that harm reduction has a long tradition; and uses one country, Australia, as a case study. Harm reduction can be understood as "policies and programs which are designed to reduce the adverse consequences of mood altering substances without necessarily reducing their consumption"; it is consistent with the best traditions of both medicine and public health. Although it is difficult to interpret trends in mortality from alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs to determine whether harm reduction in Australia "worked", the effectiveness of harm-reduction policies and programs in controlling HIV among injecting drug users (IDUs) seems extremely strong and suggests that benefits of harm-reduction programs for other drugs will become apparent in time. (+info)
Accuracy of five on-site immunoassay drugs-of-abuse testing devices. (2/995)Many current "on-site" urine drug-testing products claim performance equivalent to laboratory testing. Five commercially available products (PharmScreen, Roche TestCup, Accusign DOA 2, Status DS, and American Bio Medica-Rapid Drug Screen) were challenged with quality-control specimens of known drug metabolite concentrations, 25% above and 25% below the SAMHSA cutoffs, and with known positive and negative donor specimens previously analyzed by immunoassay and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry. The results indicate discrepancies between claims and performance for all products, particularly with amphetamines. The implications for employer-based drug testing are discussed. (+info)
Self-intoxication with morphine obtained from an infusion pump. (3/995)A 36-year-old Caucasian male was found unresponsive by his wife. He had white foam around his mouth and was pronounced dead shortly thereafter. He had a history of back pain and was treated with intrathecal morphine because of his previous addiction to oral opiate medications. Because of crimping of the pump catheter, it was replaced 4 days before his death. Toxicological findings included urine screen positive for amitriptyline, nortriptyline, opiates, hydrocodone metabolites, ibuprofen, acetaminophen, caffeine, nicotine, and metabolite. Drug concentrations were as follows: blood, 0.260 mg/L amitriptyline, 0.160 mg/L nortriptyline, 0.460 mg/L unconjugated morphine, and 0.624 mg/L total morphine; vitreous humor, 0.034 mg/L unconjugated morphine and 0.080 mg/L total morphine; and cerebrospinal fluid, 0.099 mg/L unconjugated morphine and 0.095 mg/L total morphine. Shortly after death, the volume of the residual pump reservoir was only 8 mL instead of the expected 17 mL. Testing by the FDA showed that the pump was functional. The residual content of the pump accounted for only 230 mg instead of the expected 488 mg. The high blood-morphine concentrations did not correlate with the intrathecal infusion dose. The symptoms were consistent with opiate overdose, possibly by injection of morphine withdrawn from the pump reservoir. The cause of death was determined to be fatal morphine self-intoxication, and the manner of death was accidental. This case is intended to alert regulatory agencies, pain management health professionals, pathologists, and toxicologists to the abuse potential of one of the newer analgesic-delivery systems. (+info)
Methadone dosing, heroin affordability, and the severity of addiction. (4/995)OBJECTIVES: This study sought to track changes in US heroin prices from 1988 to 1995 and to determine whether changes in the affordability of heroin were associated with changes in the use of heroin by users seeking methadone treatment, as indexed by methadone dose levels. METHODS: Data on the price of heroin were from the Drug Enforcement Administration; data on methadone doses were from surveys conducted in 1988, 1990, and 1995 of 100 methadone maintenance centers. Multivariable models that controlled for time and city effects were used to ascertain whether clinics in cities where heroin was less expensive had patients receiving higher doses of methadone, which would suggest that these patients had relatively higher physiological levels of opiate addiction owing to increased heroin use. RESULTS: The amount of pure heroin contained in a $100 (US) purchase has increased on average 3-fold between 1988 and 1995. The average dose of methadone in clinics was positively associated with the affordability of local heroin (P < .01). CONCLUSIONS: When heroin prices fall, heroin addicts require more methadone (a heroin substitute) to stabilize their addiction--evidence that they are consuming more heroin. (+info)
The measurement of nitrite in adulterated urine samples by high-performance ion chromatography. (5/995)With the increased availability of nitrite-containing commercial products that are used for the adulteration of urine samples in the workplace, it is necessary for laboratories to be able to detect and confirm the presence of nitrite in these samples. We have developed a method to confirm the presence of nitrite in urine samples. The method uses the IonPac AS 14 analytical column with the Dionex series 45001 Bio LC system equipped with an anion self-generating suppressor and conductivity detector. Using a single-point calibration, the method is linear and accurately quantitates nitrite to 12,000 microg/mL. The limit of detection is 30 microg/mL, and the day-to-day precision of the assay has a coefficient of variation (CV) of 4.3% at 1200 microg/mL and 3.8% at 2700 microg/mL of nitrite. (+info)
Prevalence of drugs used in cases of alleged sexual assault. (6/995)In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of reports in the U.S. of the use of drugs, often in conjunction with alcohol, to commit sexual assault. A study was undertaken to assess the prevalence of drug use in sexual assault cases in which substances are suspected of being involved. Law enforcement agencies, emergency rooms, and rape crisis centers across the U.S. were offered the opportunity to submit urine samples collected from victims of alleged sexual assault, where drug use was suspected, for analysis of alcohol and drugs which may be associated with sexual assault. Each sample was tested by immunoassay for amphetamines, barbiturates, benzodiazepines, cocaine metabolite (benzoylecgonine), cannabinoids, methaqualone, opiates, phencyclidine and propoxyphene. The positive screen results were confirmed by gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy (GC-MS). In addition, each sample was tested for flunitrazepam metabolites and gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) by GC-MS and for ethanol by gas chromatography-flame ionization detection (GC-FID). Over a 26-month period, 1179 samples were collected and analyzed from 49 states, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia. The states sending the most samples were California (183), Texas (119), Florida (61), Pennsylvania (61), New York (61), Minnesota (50), Illinois (47), Indiana (44), Michigan (40), Maryland (37), Virginia (32), and Massachusetts (31). Four-hundred sixty eight of the samples were found negative for all the substances tested; 451 were positive for ethanol, 218 for cannabinoids, 97 for benzoylecgonine, 97 for benzodiazepines, 51 for amphetamines, 48 for GHB, 25 for opiates, 17 for propoxyphene, and 12 for barbiturates. There were no samples identified as positive for phencyclidine or methaqualone. In addition, 35% of the drug-positive samples contained multiple drugs. This study indicates that, with respect to alleged sexual assault cases, the prevalence of ethanol is very high, followed by cannabinoids, cocaine, benzodiazepines, amphetamines, and GHB. Although only a couple of substances have been implicated with sexual assault, this study has shown that almost 20 different substances have been associated with this crime. This study also raises the concern of illicit and licit drug use in sexual assault cases and suggests the need to test for a range of drugs in these cases. It also highlights the need to test for GHB, which is not generally tested for in a normal toxicology screen. (+info)
Nail analysis for drugs of abuse: extraction and determination of cannabis in fingernails by RIA and GC-MS. (7/995)Fingernail clippings were evaluated as analytical specimens for the detection and quantitation of cannabinoids. Specimens were obtained from consenting adults attending a drug clinic, along with information concerning the drugs which they had used over the previous six months. Methods for the surface decontamination and extraction of the specimens were evaluated. Detergent, water, and methanol washes followed by alkaline hydrolysis and liquid-liquid extraction were selected for use in the study. Extracts were analyzed by radioimmunoassay (RIA) and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) to detect and quantitate cannabinoids present in fingernail clippings. Positive RIA results were obtained from specimens from six known cannabis users. The mean cannabinoid concentration in fingernail clippings determined by RIA was 1.03 ng/mg. Using GC-MS, the mean delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol concentration in fingernail clippings from a further 14 known cannabis users was 1.44 ng/mg. Using GC-MS, the average 11-nor-delta9-tetrahydrocannabinol-9-carboxylic acid concentration in fingernail clippings from three known cannabis users extracted in acidic pH was 19.85 ng/mg. Based on these results, fingernails are potentially useful biological specimens for the detection of past cannabis use in cases of medicolegal interest. (+info)
Procainamide inhibition of human hepatic degradation of cocaine and cocaethylene in vitro. (8/995)Procainamide (PA), a cardioactive drug, inhibited the degradation of both cocaine (COC) and cocaethylene (CE) when either was incubated in human liver homogenates for 3 h at 37 degrees C. PA appeared to enhance the formation of CE when COC and ethanol (ETOH) were incubated together in liver homogenate. These observations are clinically significant because cardiotoxicity is common after COC abuse and because PA may be administered to individuals who use COC alone and with ETOH. (+info)
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- Results from the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that approximately 27 million people aged 12 and older were current illicit drug users. (drugabuse.com)
- States should be vigilant about the possibility of highly toxic fentanyl-related compounds becoming available in the illicit drug market, as well as other highly toxic synthetic opioid derivatives, such as U47700 [2,12]. (cdc.gov)
- Also a new addition on the street drug market is carfentanil which is also a synthetic opioid that is 10,000 times more powerful than morphine. (nbcwashington.com)
- Carfentanil drug submissions reported to NFLIS rapidly increased from an estimated 1,251 in 2016 to 2,268 during the first six months of 2017 (see table below) [2, 3]. (cdc.gov)
- In 2016, a total of 11 states reported carfentanil drug submissions, including Ohio with more than 900 reports and Florida with more than 100 reports. (cdc.gov)
- Clearbrook Treatment Centers is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations and is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health Office of Drug and Alcohol Programs. (clearbrookinc.com)
- If you or a loved one are struggling with drugs or alcohol, call us now! (clearbrookinc.com)
- Alcohol and current drug use will most likely be underestimated because shelters did not allow use of these substances. (cdc.gov)
- The risk for acquiring human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection during adolescence and early adulthood starts with initiation of sexual behavior or injection drug use, and initiation of contributing behaviors such as use of alcohol and other drugs. (cdc.gov)
- Youths, particularly those at highest risk, need effective school-based, school-linked, and community-based interventions ( 3 ) that make them aware of their risk for HIV and help delay initiation of sexual activity, increase condom use for those who are sexually active, and decrease other behaviors, such as alcohol and drug use, that contribute to HIV risk. (cdc.gov)
- Smoking, drinking alcohol, or taking certain "street" drugs during pregnancy. (cdc.gov)
- Fentanyl is a painkiller that is similar to morphine but is 50 to 100 times more powerful according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. (nbcwashington.com)
- A qualitative research, starting from the case study of an individual in street life and substance abuse situation, is performed. (bvsalud.org)
- But drug dealers continue to sell forms of illegal opioids that are even more powerful, deadly and cheaper - and resistant to a key anti-overdose medication that's been credited with saving lives. (nbcwashington.com)
- Fredericksburg.com reports not only are these newer drug mixtures causing more overdoses but they are rendering an overdose reversal drug Narcan ineffective. (nbcwashington.com)
- back into treatment to help avoid a potentially fatal overdose that can occur after a period of abstinence from the drugs . (drugabuse.com)
- The street dealers are peddling deadly drug mixtures using illegally made fentanyl, a synthetic opioid. (nbcwashington.com)
- The drug dealers are also selling heroin and cocaine mixed with fentanyl. (nbcwashington.com)
- Federal investigators say the elaborate drug network, at its peak, sold more than 20,000 doses of meth and fentanyl every week. (fox2now.com)
- In July 2016, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) issued a nationwide report indicating that hundreds of thousands of counterfeit pills have been entering the U.S. drug market since 2014, some containing deadly amounts of fentanyl and fentanyl analogs . (cdc.gov)
- The supply, distribution, and potency of illicitly manufactured fentanyl and fentanyl-related compounds in the U.S. drug market is evolving. (cdc.gov)
- Other fentanyl-related compounds have been reported by the DEA National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS), which systematically collects drug identification results from drug cases submitted for analysis to forensic laboratories (referred to as drug submissions). (cdc.gov)
- From 2014 to 2015 the number of drug submissions testing positive for acetyl fentanyl increased substantially, rising from 463 in 2014 to 1,870 in 2015[9,10,11], and in 2016, NFLIS reported increasing drug submissions testing positive for furanyl fentanyl (244 drug submissions from January to July 2016) . (cdc.gov)
- NFLIS has reported that the overall supply of illicitly manufactured fentanyl appears to have substantially increased from 2014 to 2015, with the number of drug submissions testing positive for illicitly manufactured fentanyl doubling during this period (from 5,343 to 13,882). (cdc.gov)
- The Drug Enforcement Administration's (DEA) National Forensic Laboratory Information System (NFLIS), which systematically collects drug identification results from drug cases submitted for analysis to forensic laboratories (referred to as drug submissions), estimated that drug submissions testing positive for fentanyl more than doubled from 2015 to 2016, rising from 14,440 to 34,119. (cdc.gov)
- In 2016, states reporting the highest number of fentanyl drug submissions remained concentrated in the East and Midwest, with all being located east of the Mississippi River, or bordering the Mississippi River. (cdc.gov)
- Because it's a knockdown, there is less of the gene product around, requiring less of the drug to inhibit it. (stbaldricks.org)
- There is now a new generation of drugs that bind to the allosteric pocket to inhibit its activity,' he said. (stjude.org)
- There are claims that St. John's wort can inhibit HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. (msdmanuals.com)
- Finally, drug submissions testing positive for a synthetic illicit opioid known as U-47700, first encountered by the DEA in 2016, increased from 533 submissions in 2016 to 1,087 during January-June, 2017 [1,2]. (cdc.gov)
- In April, the Virginia Department of Health released its latest quarterly report showing out of an estimated 1,420 drug-related deaths in 2016 in Virginia 1,133 were opioid-related . (nbcwashington.com)
- The prevalence of HIV in potential sex partners, the percentage of HIV-infected persons unaware of their status, and the frequency of risky sexual behaviors and injection drug use contribute to the level of risk. (cdc.gov)
- In the US these days, wound botulism most often occurs in injection drug users who introduce the C. botulinum into wounds when they skin-pop black tar heroin. (cdc.gov)
- The reddish substance in the flowers of St. John's wort contains numerous biologically active compounds, including hypericin and hyperforin. (msdmanuals.com)
- Physicians should be aware of this possibility and consider intentional or unintentional sulfonylurea abuse, with or without other drugs," Amanda McKenna, MD, a first-year endocrinology fellow at the Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida, and colleagues say in a poster presented at the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology (AACE) Annual Meeting 2023. (medscape.com)
- Drug Abuse and Cardiovascular Health Risks: How Do Drugs Affect the Heart? (drugabuse.com)
- If you are seeking help with drug abuse in St. Stephens,Alabama, our team of sponsored treatment partners at DrugHelp.com are here to help. (drughelp.com)
- This study aims at analyzing the place of drug use and abuse in a person's identity, which are in a street life situation. (bvsalud.org)
- Those qualities have led to the widespread and rampant abuse of this dangerous drug. (medscape.com)
- 2C-T-7 ('Blue Mystic'), an illicit compound which shows similarities with MDMA and other designer drugs, has been only occasionally identified in the EU, but discussion on the Internet between experimenters has recently grown significantly. (erowid.org)
- Utilizing recent case studies, Fundamentals of Early Clinical Drug Development provides valuable insights into the complexities of the process, from designing new synthetic methodologies and applying new automated techniques for finding optimal reaction conditions to selecting the final drug form and formulation. (chipsbooks.com)
- Whatever it is, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency has come up with some major busts over the past few weeks, most recently a routine traffic stop that turned out to yield $10 million in cocaine in a California couple's rental car. (time.com)
- Have you ever used cocaine, including crack or freebase, or other street drugs? (cdc.gov)
- In the past 12 months, how many days have you used cocaine, including crack or freebase, or other street drugs? (cdc.gov)
- they cite availability, low cost, and a longer duration of action than cocaine as reasons for their drug preference. (medscape.com)
- The post Opioid crisis: Stronger street drugs can render Narcan useless appeared first on WTOP . (nbcwashington.com)
- Both illicit and prescription drugs present many risks to individuals who misuse them. (drugabuse.com)
- Inadvertent absorption of methamphetamine may occur in "body packers", who swallow packages of the drug for transportation purposes, or "body stuffers", who insert bags of methamphetamine rectally or vaginally in an attempt to elude drug enforcement. (medscape.com)
- What drug interactions occur with St. John's wort? (msdmanuals.com)
- The new drug mixtures are so potent that first responders have to be careful so they do not get sick or even die since the drug mixtures can be absorbed through the skin or inhaled. (nbcwashington.com)
- During pregnancy, St. John's wort increases muscle tone in the uterus and thus may increase the risk of a miscarriage. (msdmanuals.com)
- Testosterone drugs are a rapidly growing sector, and aggressive Low-T advertising continues today. (onderlaw.com)
- Some countries have banned its use due to the numerous drug interactions. (msdmanuals.com)
- The makers of Androgel and other testosterone drugs are now facing testosterone lawsuits throughout the nation as men and the families of men harmed by testosterone drugs learn the truth. (onderlaw.com)
- A 2004 article reports five cases in which people in San Francisco were "admitted to the hospital for hypoglycemia as a result of a drug purchased on the streets as a presumed benzodiazepine. (medscape.com)
- St. Jude Children's Research Hospital structural biologists have deciphered how the structure of the enzyme called Abl regulates its activity, enabling the enzyme to switch itself on and off. (stjude.org)
- Patients were monitored until discharge from the hospital or for 28 days, whichever came first, and had blood drawn at different time points within 72 hours after the drug had been given. (wustl.edu)
- Now, thanks to advances in modern chemistry, scientists are able to synthesize hundreds of thousands of known drug compounds and store them in vast chemical libraries. (stbaldricks.org)
- This photograph depicted what was termed, a comprehensive array of street drugs, which had included barbiturates, tranquilizers, heroin, and other unnamed substances. (cdc.gov)
- The genetic screen showed them that the drug was working on NAMPT, a key enzyme in cancer cell metabolism. (stbaldricks.org)
- New treatment strategies to overcome drug resistance in chronic myelogenous leukemia and other cancers will come from the detailed structure of the enzyme Abl. (stjude.org)
- While clinicians have had success in treating CML with drugs that switch off the enzyme, it often mutates to become drug resistant. (stjude.org)
- The drug has proven effective in treating CML by plugging into the kinase domain of the over-activated Abl enzyme and shutting it down. (stjude.org)
- Cost synergies in research and development are added benefits, as quite a few smaller biotech companies are using innovative technologies to develop drugs and treatments. (247wallst.com)
- With the pandemic creating havoc and the focus mostly on coronavirus treatments in the last couple of years, the industry saw a slowdown in new drug approvals for other diseases. (247wallst.com)
- The patients studied were those who had used topical corticosteroids incorrectly (i.e. for conditions for which steroids are not indicated) for certain skin problems and presented with ≥ 1 of the side-effects of these drugs as the chief complaint. (who.int)
- Some drug-induced lung diseases, such as pulmonary fibrosis, may never go away and can worsen, even after the medicine or substance is stopped and can lead to severe lung disease and death. (medlineplus.gov)
- Taking certain medications, such as some acne drugs. (cdc.gov)
- ST. LOUIS - Maurice H. Lee II blew kisses to his two young children in court Thursday, right before being sentenced to prison for his role in a drug trafficking operation that ordered hits against rival gang members. (fox2now.com)
- That drug dealing, investigators say, resulted in murders in our streets, like a summer 2017 killing in north St. Louis. (fox2now.com)
- Court records indicate the drugs came from a supplier in Arizona and that defendant Lee would dilute the drugs and supply them to St. Louis runners. (fox2now.com)
- Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the St. Louis Field Office of the DEA, Colin Dickey added, "When you combine drug related violence and weapons in drug cases, which go hand-in-hand, it creates a two-pronged approach and issue that we deal with on the majority of our investigations. (fox2now.com)
- We're still stuck on the west coast, so the opening faceoff is not until 9:30 PM St Louis time. (stlouisgametime.com)
- A recent study found that the drug tranexamic acid has minimal impact in controlling blood loss in severely injured trauma patients at the standard doses given, according to researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. (wustl.edu)
- A recent study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis suggests that the drug may have only minimal effects on blood clotting when it is given within two hours of a massive injury. (wustl.edu)
- Health hazard evaluation report: HETA-80-79-1189, Rexall Drug Company, St. Louis, Missouri. (cdc.gov)
- He had purchased two unmarked, light blue pills on the street, which he thought were Valiums but turned out to be glyburide. (medscape.com)
- On January 31, 2014, the FDA issued a testosterone heart attack warning, urging doctors and patients carefully consider the risks of Androgel before using the drug. (onderlaw.com)
- Making false claims regarding a drug's efficacy and failing to warn consumers of serious risks that are known to be associated with a drug is tantamount to fraud. (onderlaw.com)
- When an organization's in-house staff conducts drug testing and background checks, they encounter multiple challenges. (thememoryhole.org)
- However, in many patients a mutation in the gene that produces Abl renders it drug resistant. (stjude.org)
- The drug, also called TXA, is routinely given at many hospitals across the U.S. to critically injured patients experiencing severe blood loss. (wustl.edu)
- Also called TXA, the drug is already approved to minimize blood loss in people suffering from hemophilia or heavy menstrual periods, but not yet approved to stop bleeding in patients with traumatic injuries. (wustl.edu)
- We clearly need to understand more about why the drug didn't improve blood clotting in these patients. (wustl.edu)
- Because critically ill patients may be too severely injured to give consent, the researchers received approval from the Food and Drug Administration, the sponsor of the trial, the U.S. Department of Defense, and Washington University's Institutional Review Board (IRB) to enroll patients with life-threatening injuries if the patients themselves or legally authorized family members were unable to give consent. (wustl.edu)
- The risk of blood clots was 26.5% for patients who received the 2-gram dose of TXA and 32% for patients who received the 4-gram dose of TXA, compared with 12% for patients who did not receive the drug. (wustl.edu)
- A further analysis of the data (not yet published), indicates that the increased risk of blood clots in those patients who received TXA was statistically significant, compared with those who didn't receive the drug. (wustl.edu)
- The analysis was motivated by recent research suggesting that the physical location of power lines in the backyard, in contrast to the street, may be relevant to a relationship of power lines with childhood leukemia. (who.int)
- Harm Reduction websites appeared significantly earlier in the search engines results' list than Anti drugs (p 0.006) websites. (erowid.org)
- There are also users who indulge in "parachuting", in which the drug is loosely wrapped to delay absorption and prolong effect. (medscape.com)
- SEATTLE ― Taking sulfonylureas sold as "street Valium" can lead to severe hypoglycemia that may result in emergency department (ED) visits, the latest of a handful of case reports suggests. (medscape.com)
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- She has been quoted in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal, Investors Business Daily, Business Week and Fortune, and has also made appearances on CNBC, CNN and the CBS Evening News. (twst.com)
- Overall, these studies show St. John's wort may benefit people with mild to moderate depression and may even be as effective as some traditional antidepressants. (msdmanuals.com)
- We aimed at collecting together in a review the available information on 2C-T-7, both at the cyber and at the street market level. (erowid.org)
- Nor did we understand how mutations that confer drug resistance affected the states. (stjude.org)
- And here I thought that blacks only variously got hooked on drugs and/or landed in jail due to the predations of racist, white drug dealers and cops. (blogspot.com)
- In his research focused on improving survival for pediatric high-risk B cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) , he and his colleagues at Stanford, including Christina Matheny, Ph.D., and Michael Cleary, M.D., used a combination high-throughput screening method to identify a novel class of drugs that could improve patient outcomes for this aggressive subtype of leukemia. (stbaldricks.org)
- Studies published in 2013 revealed that men taking Androgel and other testosterone drugs face a two- to three-fold risk for heart attack and stroke. (onderlaw.com)
- Taking Androgel without medical indication is a serious danger, given the heightened risk of heart attack and stroke linked to the drug. (onderlaw.com)
- These persons, and body stuffers, are at high risk for toxicity as the drug wrapping may be compromised and allow complete drug absorption. (medscape.com)