7 edition of Acute drug abuse emergencies found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Peter G. Bourne ; contributors, John Adriani ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Bourne, Peter G., 1939-, Adriani, John, 1907-|
|LC Classifications||RA1238 .A28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 361 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||361|
|LC Control Number||76028997|
Drug abuse is the willful misuse of either licit or illicit drugs for the purpose of recreation, perceived necessity or convenience. Drug abuse is a more intense and often willful misuse of drugs. Cardiovascular emergencies and symptoms are one of the most common reasons for patients’ attendance in any emergency department (ED). Symptoms are either related to true cardiovascular problems or mimic cardiovascular problems. It becomes very difficult at times to differentiate between them. Many symptoms which mimic the cardiovascular problem may be present .
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Drug abuse warning Network A system for collecting data on drug related emergency room visits Data is based on illicit drugs and the misuse of illegal prescriptions and OTC drugs Top 4 ER visits based on database: 1- alcohol in combination 2- cocaine 3- prescription opiates 4- marijuana. When responding to a drug or alcohol abuse emergency, you should keep in mind that: A. a rapid response to the scene must always occur to keep the patient from dying. B. because of specific signs and symptoms, drug and/or alcohol emergencies are distinct from other medical emergencies. C. your safety is your first responsibility. D.
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Acute Drug Abuse Emergencies: A Treatment Manual presents the most commonly encountered drug abuse emergencies. This book discusses how various drug-related conditions should be managed by practicing physicians and all those who are dealing with drug abusers.
Organized into nine parts encompassing 28 chapters, this book begins with an overview. Acute Drug Abuse Emergencies: A Treatment Manual presents the most commonly encountered drug abuse emergencies. This book discusses how various drug-related conditions should be managed by practicing physicians and all those who are dealing with drug Edition: 1.
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This book discusses how various drug-related conditions should be managed by practicing physicians and all those who are dealing with drug abusers. Organized into nine parts encompassing 28 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the various emergency drug.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Acute drug abuse emergencies: a treatment Acute drug abuse emergencies book. New York, New York ; London, England. Acute Drug Abuse Emergencies: A Treatment Manual presents the most commonly encountered drug abuse emergencies.
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This chapter addresses the acute treatment of alcohol and cocaine. Because of the widespread use of both these drugs, health professionals must recognize the medical complications of alcohol and cocaine abuse and addiction. The biochemistry will be briefly reviewed as an avenue to understand the different treatment targets and modalities.
includes acute intoxication leading to cardiac or respiratory Thisarti-cle briefly reviews thepresentation andmanagementofdrug abuse emergencies as they can occur in an accident and emergencydepartment. Thedrugandthediagnosis Behavioural disturbances, clinical signs, orbiochemical abnor- The rise in illicit drug abuse has seen an.
Acute Psychiatric Emergencies is designed for all medical and healthcare professionals working with patients in mental health crisis.
This manual is a key component of the Acute Psychiatric Emergencies (APEx) course, which uses a structured approach developed by leading psychiatry and emergency medicine specialists with years of practical experience. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.
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The data from Drug Abuse and Warning Network (DAWN) cocaine abuse involve 40% of the total cases of the drug misuse cases in the emergency department [ 4 ]. Treatment manual for acute drug abuse emergencies. Rockville, Md.: National Clearinghouse for Drug Abuse Information, National Institute on Drug Abuse ; Washington: For sale by the Supt.
of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., (OCoLC) Online version: Treatment manual for acute drug abuse emergencies. Behavioural emergencies are complex and misleading. The cause of acute behavioural change may be as simple as “a bottle of vodka” or as sinister as meningitis.
The differential diagnosis is incredibly broad and these patients require careful assessment of both their physical and mental health. Fifty percent of patients with drug abuse. One population in which drug abuse is often underestimated is those older than 50 years.
Use of illicit drugs among older Americans has steadily increased. Since the use of illicit drugs in the to year-old population has almost doubled, increasing from % to % in Many opioid addicts were first exposed to these drugs through prescriptions for legitimate pain issues.
Health care providers can play a critical role for their patients by adopting consensus-based opioid prescribing guidelines. Multiple state health care organizations and interested professionals have developed these resources to assist prescribers in making safe choices for their patients.
Critical Issues in Alcohol and Drugs of Abuse Testing, Second Edition, addresses the general principles and technological advances for measuring drugs and alcohol, along with the pitfalls of drugs of abuse testing.
Many designer drugs, for example, are not routinely tested in drugs of abuse panels and may go undetected in a drug test. Hospital emergency presentations and acute drug toxicity in Europe acute drug toxicity presentations to their emergency department (Wood et al., ).
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In individuals with acute recreational drug toxicity presenting to an Emergency Department in central London who self-reported ketamine use, 89% had used at least one other recreational drug or ethanol (suggesting ketamine is often part of a polydrug repertoire).
It is therefore important in patients presenting with acute toxicity after. is a rapid access, point-of-care medical reference for primary care and emergency clinicians. Started inthis collection now contains interlinked topic pages divided into a tree of 31 specialty books and chapters.
Content is updated. Intravenous Drug Abuse: 97% (some communities) Incubation weeks. HCV RNA found in blood within 3 weeks post-exposure; Transmission by Blood Products and blood exposure.
Intravenous Drug Abuse (% of acute cases in U.S.) Intravenous Immunoglobulin; Transfusion. Accounts for 85% transfusion associated hepatitis; Risk from transfusion low.Substance abuse is a public health problem with great impact on emergency care and emergency nursing.
Inthe Drug Abuse Warning Network estimated that there werevisits to the emergency department related to alcohol use andrelated to illicit drug use. Substance abuse is associated with and contributes to many health.Cocaine is one of the most widely used drugs of abuse. Chest pain is the most common side effect requiring emergency visits after cocaine use.
Vasoconstriction and platelet activation are the main effects of cocaine in the vasculature.