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Buprenorphine used in drug treatment in Georgia


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Drug Facts


  • Alcohol is a sedative.
  • There were over 1.8 million Americans 12 or older who used a hallucinogen or inhalant for the first time. (1.1 million among hallucinogens)
  • Hallucinogen rates have risen by over 30% over the past twenty years.
  • Emergency room admissions from prescription opiate abuse have risen by over 180% over the last five years.
  • In 2012, Ambien was prescribed 43.8 million times in the United States.
  • Nationally, illicit drug use has more than doubled among 50-59-year-old since 2002
  • From 1980-2000, modern antidepressants, SSRI and SNRI, were introduced.
  • The largest amount of illicit drug-related emergency room visits in 2011 were cocaine related (over 500,000 visits).
  • Benzodiazepines like Ativan are found in nearly 50% of all suicide attempts.
  • Those who abuse barbiturates are at a higher risk of getting pneumonia or bronchitis.
  • In 2012, nearly 2.5 million individuals abused prescription drugs for the first time.
  • Over 6.1 Million Americans have abused prescription medication within the last month.
  • Cocaine can be snorted, injected, sniffed or smoked.
  • In 1898 a German chemical company launched a new medicine called Heroin'
  • Heroin can be sniffed, smoked or injected.
  • Cocaine was first isolated (extracted from coca leaves) in 1859 by German chemist Albert Niemann.
  • A person can become more tolerant to heroin so, after a short time, more and more heroin is needed to produce the same level of intensity.
  • Children who learn the dangers of drugs and alcohol early have a better chance of not getting hooked.
  • Emergency room admissions due to Subutex abuse has risen by over 200% in just three years.
  • Benzodiazepines are usually swallowed. Some people also inject and snort them.

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