Inhalant use and addiction in Canada

Weir, Erica
February 2001
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;2/06/2001, Vol. 164 Issue 3, p397
Academic Journal
Offers information on inhalant use and addiction in Canada. Various products and solvents that are inhaled including adhesive glue; Pharmacologic profile of inhalants; Physiological response to inhalants; Clinical management for inhalant addiction; Prevention of a relapse of solvent abuse.


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