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  1. Cannabis intoxication; Intoxication - marijuana (cannabis); Pot; Mary Jane; Weed; Grass; Cannabis ... Uncomplicated marijuana intoxication rarely needs medical advice ... occur. However, these symptoms are rare and usually associated ...
  2. Intoxication - amphetamines; Intoxication - uppers; Amphetamine intoxication; Uppers overdose; Overdose - methamphetamine; Crank overdose; Meth overdose; Crystal meth overdose; ...
  3. Intoxication - opioids ... of the drug is taken. Symptoms of opioid intoxication can include: Breathing problems - breathing may stop Extreme ...
  4. Intoxication - cocaine ... Cocaine intoxication may be caused by: Taking too much cocaine, or too concentrated a form of cocaine Using cocaine ...
  5. Intoxication - barbiturates ... Symptoms of barbiturate intoxication and overdose include: Altered level of consciousness Difficulty in thinking Drowsiness or coma Faulty judgment Incoordination Shallow breathing Slowness ...
  6. Intoxication - ethylene glycol; Ethylene glycol poisoning
  7. Drinking Too Much Too Fast Can Kill You (National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence) - PDF  
    ... to learn that death can occur from acute intoxication. Most think the worst that can happen is ... Knowing the signs and symptoms of acute alcohol intoxication and the proper action to take can help ...
  8. ... blood alcohol content (BAC) is used to define intoxication and provides a rough measure of impairment. Blood ... alcohol, such as relaxation, give way to increasing intoxication Increased risk of aggression in some people Speech, ...
  9. Adolescent Inhalant Use and Selected Respiratory Conditions (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration)  
    ... The user experiences a rapid but short-lived intoxication. Inhalant use has an array of negative effects ...
  10. Drugs of Abuse Testing (American Association for Clinical Chemistry)  
    ... abuse problem, or to detect and evaluate drug intoxication or overdose When to Get Tested? Sometimes required ... medication, or when you have symptoms suggesting drug intoxication or overdose Sample Required? A random urine sample ; ...
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