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Last Updated: 21 January 2023

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Troponemia Secondary to Air Duster Inhalant Abuse.

Compressed air duster cans that are currently available in the United States contain a multitude of hazardous chemicals, including different hydrofluorocarbons that have a psychoactive effect on the central nervous system. After inhalation of several cans of Surf Onn electronic duster gas cleaner, causing acute cardiac, liver, and kidney injury, a 33-year-old man found diaphoretic and with near syncope syndrome after a near syncopal episode.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.12890/2022_003556


Examining Inhalant Use Among Sexual Minority Adults in a National Sample: Drug-Specific Risks or Generalized Risk?

Purpose: The study's aim was to compare the usage of 12 specific inhalants in lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults in comparison to heterosexual adults in a national sample. Results: The LGB groups used a variety of inhalant styles in their studies. Among gay and bisexual males, the biggest disparities were for poppers. Conclusion: Observed inconsistencies among LGB adults used in a sexual or club context as well as types with a particularly high risk of suicide.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1089/lgbt.2022.0042

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