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Buprenorphine used in drug treatment in South carolina


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Drug Facts


  • Amphetamines + some antidepressants: elevated blood pressure, which can lead to irregular heartbeat, heart failure and stroke.
  • Amphetamines are generally swallowed, injected or smoked. They are also snorted.
  • Half of all Ambien related ER visits involved other drug interaction.
  • Approximately, 57 percent of Steroid users have admitted to knowing that their lives could be shortened because of it.
  • The drug Diazepam has over 500 different brand-names worldwide.
  • National Survey on Drug Use and Health reported 153,000 current heroin users in the US.
  • Two of the most common long-term effects of heroin addiction are liver failure and heart disease.
  • A biochemical abnormality in the liver forms in 80 percent of Steroid users.
  • In Arizona during the year 2006 a total of 23,656 people were admitted to addiction treatment programs.
  • Morphine was first extracted from opium in a pure form in the early nineteenth century.
  • 12.4 million Americans aged 12 or older tried Ecstasy at least once in their lives, representing 5% of the US population in that age group.
  • Ecstasy is sometimes mixed with substances such as rat poison.
  • Taking Ecstasy can cause liver failure.
  • The biggest abusers of prescription drugs aged 18-25.
  • Non-pharmaceutical fentanyl is sold in the following forms: as a powder; spiked on blotter paper; mixed with or substituted for heroin; or as tablets that mimic other, less potent opioids.
  • Over 2.3 million people admitted to have abused Ketamine.
  • 300 tons of barbiturates are produced legally in the U.S. every year.
  • GHB is a popular drug at teen parties and "raves".
  • Only 50 of the 2,500 types of Barbiturates created in the 20th century were employed for medicinal purposes.
  • Cocaine was first isolated (extracted from coca leaves) in 1859 by German chemist Albert Niemann.

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