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  • 1. ADICTION**Case of “Meth”
  • 2. AD.DIC.TION: is defined as the continued useof a mood altering substance or behaviordespite adverse consequences. This caninclude, but is not limited to, alcohol abuse,drug abuse, exercise abuse, and gambling.Some defining characteristics of addictioninclude: impaired control over substances/behavior, preoccupation with substance/behavior, continued use despiteconsequences, and denial.
  • 3. METH-AMPHETAMINE
  • 4. ILLICIT>LICIT> METHAMPHETAMINE
  • 5. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 6. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 7. 1. Uses Disinhibition Hyperactivity DisorganizationForgetfulness ADHD* Inattention Distractedness *Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • 8. 1. Uses (OBESITY, NARCOLEPSY, DEPRESSION, ) others
  • 9. 1. Uses (OBESITY, NARCOLEPSY, DEPRESSION, ) others
  • 10. 1. Uses (OBESITY, NARCOLEPSY, DEPRESSION, ) others
  • 11. 1. Uses Some2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 12. 1. Uses Anorexia2. Effects (Physical)3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 13. 1. Uses Anxiety2. Effects (Psychological)3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 14. 1. Uses Fatigue2. Effects (Withdrawal)3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 15. 1. Uses Suicide2. Effects (Long-term)3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 16. 1. Uses2. Effects (Tolerance)3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 17. 1. Uses Adverse Effects2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 18. 1. Uses Addiction2. Effects (Physical)3. Adversity
  • 19. 1. Uses “Meth-2. Effects (Physical) Mouth”3. Adversity
  • 20. 1. Uses Public WASTE Health2. Effects (Physical) Issues3. Adversity EXPLOSIONS BURNS
  • 21. 1. Uses in Pregnancy & Breast-2. Effects (Physical) feeding3. Adversity
  • 22. 1. Uses Sexually- transmitted2. Effects (Physical) diseases3. Adversity
  • 23. 1. Uses Ball-and-stick model of the2. Effects meth- amphetamine3. Adversity molecule_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 24. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics in Nature!4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 25. ACACIASin Texas
  • 26. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence ROUTES6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 27. Injection6. Administration
  • 28. Smoking6. Administration
  • 29. Insufflation6. Administration
  • 30. Suppository6. Administration
  • 31. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production
  • 32. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology Term derived from…5. Occurrence synthesized from Japan In Nagai methyl alpha- by chemist methylphenyl6. Administration ephedrine 1893 Nagayoshiethylamine7. History ( D i s c o v e r y )8. Production
  • 33. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence World War Adolf Hitler6. Administration II used it7. History ( M i l i t a r y )8. Production
  • 34. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence In 1943 requested FDA for medical such as chronic6. Administration approval treatments alcoholism7. History (Medical and legal over-the-counter sales ) Medical and legal over-the-counter sales8. Production
  • 35. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence 1980s 1950s: Banned 1970s Regulated Increased 1990s New forms 2000s Other drugs6. Administration in Japan in US Abuse appeared surpassed7. History (Recreational use & prohibitive regulations ) ………………………………………………………………….8. Production
  • 36. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence production, distribution, is restricted or illegal sale and in many6. Administration possession… jurisdictions7. History ( S T A T U S )8. Production
  • 37. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History Illicit8. Production
  • 38. 1. Uses2. Effects3. Adversity CRYSTAL_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production (Syntesis)
  • 39. 1. Uses2. Effectsg) 1 lb (454 industrial-scale chemical factory3. Adversity_. Pharmacokinetics4. Pharmacology5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production (Distribution)
  • 40. 1. Uses“p” “singolah” “crystal” “tina” “trigo”2. Effects “ice” “shaboo” “glass” “rizz”3. Adversity “bunzun” “scante” “crank”_. Pharmacokinetics“czecho” “white” “batu” “jib”4.“fast” Pharmacology “speed”5. Occurrence6. Administration7. History8. Production ( S L A N G )
  • 41. 4 most common causes of RELAPSE> + + + =