Sedate Endangered Children and Drug IdentificationSlide 2
What is a medication imperiled tyke? A youngster who lives in a place with no warmth A kid who smokes pot with his folks A kid took off alone with no supervision A tyke needing medicinal considerationSlide 3
Drug Endangered Children who endure physical or mental mischief or disregard coming about because of introduction to a domain where grown-ups are assembling, offering, or utilizing drugs.Slide 4
Neglected & Abused Children half more prone to be captured as adolescents 40% more inclined to be captured for a brutal wrongdoing as grown-ups 33% more prone to wind up substance abusers US Department of JusticeSlide 5
Drugs of AbuseSlide 6
Most Commonly Abused Drug Legal DrugSlide 7
Commonly Abused Drugs MarijuanaSlide 8
Commonly Abused Drugs MethamphetamineSlide 9
Commonly Abused Drugs Prescription DrugsSlide 10
Commonly Abused Drugs CocaineSlide 11
Drugs Of Abuse HeroinSlide 12
Drugs Of Abuse MDMA (Ecstasy)Slide 13
Drugs Of Abuse GHBSlide 14
Drugs Of Abuse LSDSlide 15
Drugs Of Abuse InhalantsSlide 16
Drugs Of Abuse DextromathorithanSlide 17
Drugs of Abuse FentanylSlide 18
Drug Schedules Schedule I Heroin, Ecstasy, Marijuana , LSD, Rohypnol Schedule II Cocaine, Ritalin, PCP, Fentanyl, OxyContin, Percocet, Morphine, Methamphetamine Schedule III Ketamine, Vicodine, Loritab, Tylenol 3 Schedule IV Xanax, Librium, Valium, Phenobarbital, Darvocet Schedule V Cough suppressantsSlide 19
Marijuana The most generally mishandled unlawful medication in the U.S. A dry, destroyed green/cocoa blend of blooms, stems, seeds, and takes off. Is a calendar I medicate under the controlled substance act. Carried in from Mexico and Canada. Locally developed. Grass, Pot, Weed, Bud, Reefer, CannabisSlide 20
Short term impacts Increased heart rate Loss of coordination Difficulty in deduction and critical thinking Distorted observation Time passes gradually Anxiety and fits of anxiety Dry mouth Long term impacts Respiratory issues (hack and mucus) Symptoms of incessant bronchitis Difficulty in enrolling, preparing and utilizing data Difficulty maintaining consideration MarijuanaSlide 21
What to search for . . .Slide 22
The DEA calls this pharmaceutical preoccupation 20% of the U.S. populace have utilized physician recommended drugs for non-restorative reasons in their lifetime. How is it done? Illicit deal and appropriation by medicinal services experts and "Specialist shopping" Employee burglary Forged remedies Internet Prescription Drug AbuseSlide 23
Three classes of most normally manhandled physician endorsed drugs Opioids are recommended to treat torment (OxyContin) CNS depressants are recommended to treat uneasiness and rest issue (Valium) Stimulants – are endorsed to treat narcolepsy and ADHD (Ritalin)Slide 24
Prescription Drug AbuseSlide 25
What are the brand names of some of these medications?Slide 26
Pharm Party At a "pharm party," high schoolers share and blend different physician endorsed solutions, particularly painkillers (OxyContin and Vicodin); sedatives (Xanax and Valium), stimulants (Ritalin and adderall); and narcotics. Liquor is frequently added to the "mixed drink," expanding the risk.Slide 27
What to search for . . . . Choked students, slurred discourse, flushed skin, sweating, and loss of hunger Personality changes, states of mind swings, crabbiness, drowsiness or dodging rest, absent mindedness Increasingly cryptic, losing enthusiasm for individual appearance, changes at schoolSlide 28
Cocaine is an actually inferred focal sensory system stimulant extricated and refined from the Coca plant It is an extreme euphoric medication with solid addictive potential Cocaine is regularly a white-ish powder with a severe, desensitizing taste. Is a calendar II tranquilize under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970. Coke, Flake, Snow, Crack, Nose CandySlide 29
Cocaine The powdered, hydrochloride salt type of cocaine can be grunted or broke up in water and infused. Break is the free base type of cocaine. It is not water dissolvable, but rather unpredictable. This frame arrives in a stone gem that can be warmed and its vapors smoked.Slide 30
Initial impacts: Hyperactivity Restlessness Increased circulatory strain Increased heart rate Short term impacts: Increased concentration Excitation Euphoria Sexual excitement Insomnia Decreased hunger Negative impacts: Increased body temperature and heart rate Agitation and uneasiness Paranoia Dizziness Nausea/spewing Violent conduct Increased hazard for heart assaults Strokes Respiratory issues CocaineSlide 31
What to search for . . .Slide 32
Heroin is handled from morphine, an actually happening substance separated from the seedpod of the Asian poppy plant. Heroin normally shows up as a white or a chestnut powder Is a timetable I tranquilize under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970. Smack, Thunder, Junk, Mexican dark tarSlide 33
Heroin withdrawal Drug longing for Restlessness Muscle and bone agony Insomnia Diarrhea Vomiting Cold flashes with the creeps (without any weaning period) Kicking developments (kicking the propensity)Slide 34
Heroin Treatment Methadone upkeep treatment programs Substance manhandle directing Psychosocial treatments Supportive administrationsSlide 35
Deliberate inward breath of exhaust, vapors or gasses to "get high" Inhalants are toxic substances to the body Quick inebriation with genuine wellbeing results. It resembles a speedy intoxicated. It impacts similar receptors that liquor does. What is inhalant mishandle?Slide 36
Who thinks about Inhalant Abuse?Slide 37
Who doesn\'t think about Inhalant Abuse?Slide 38
Because they can Because they\'re exhausted Because they\'re vexed so, for any reason or no reason They don\'t need to have cash They don\'t need to have transportation They don\'t need to be able to get the medications to put it plainly, they have admittance Why do kids mishandle inhalants?Slide 39
How it\'s Done Sniffing from a holder, pack, jars or garments Huffing - Inhaling from a substance drenched cloth, open compartment or inflatable Bagging - Putting a sack over one\'s head and huffing For most extreme impact, youngsters breathe in profoundly and afterward take a few all the more short breathsSlide 40
Commonly Product/Potential Inhalants Gasses Nitrous oxide, helium, refrigerants, propane Solvents and Fuels Butane, nail clean remover, acetone, redress liquid, indelible markers, gas Aerosols Spray paint, hair splash, air freshener, tidy off Adhesives Model plane paste, elastic bond, PVC concrete Foods Cooking shower, vaporized whipped cream topping Cleaning Agents Spot remover, degreaserSlide 41
Among teenagers matured 12 to 17, 20.9% utilized illicit medications as a part of the previous year. (age) 12-13 14-15 16-17 Inhalants 45.5% 25.1% 12.4% Painkillers 36.5% 34.2% 35.2% Marijuana 28.4% 66.2% 81.4% Other 9.8% 26.3% 34.2% The National Inhalant Prevention Coalition & SAMSHA, 2007Slide 42
Immediate Effects Dizziness Disorientation Emotional instability Loss of coordination Distortion of discernment Cognitive hindrance Hallucinations Lightheadedness Diminished affectability to torment Slurred discourse Loss of restraintsSlide 43
Medical Consequences Asphyxiation-dislodging oxygen in the lungs Suffocation – blocking air from entering the lungs (sack over head) Convulsions or seizures – unusual electrical releases in the mind Choking-from inward breath of regurgitation Fatal damage mischances while high DeathSlide 44
Inhalant Abuse Emergencies Remove the wellspring of chemicals from around the nose and mouth Call 911. Turn individual on side to anticipate goal of regurgitation If not breathing, direct CPR Ventilate the zone Do not energize, terrify, stun, miracle or pursue the individual Try to recognize the inhalantSlide 45
What to search for: Household jars left in tyke\'s room or experiencing a thing too quick Pain around the mouth or on the tongue Upset stomach or hurling with no know reason discovered Change in conduct Passing out A concoction smell DeathSlide 46
Methamphetamine is an engineered stimulant medication which prompts a solid sentiment elation (like adrenaline) and is exceptionally addictive. Can be infused, grunted, smoked or taken orally Is a calendar II tranquilize under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970. Speed, Meth, Ice, Crystal, Chalk, Crank, Go-FastSlide 47
Meth comes in two structures POWDER The powder frame is generally white, scentless and astringent entrusting, and can be grunted, smoked, eaten, broke up in a drink and ingested, or warmed and infused. Shake The purer type of the medication, called "gem", "glass" and "ice" shows up as clear, stout precious stones that are typically smoked or infusedSlide 48
What meth accomplishes for the client Repeated utilize harms the dopamine creating cells in the mind !!!!!!!!!!Slide 49
What to search for . . . Appearance Mouth: User may create "meth mouth" – extraordinary tooth rot Skin: Infected wounds or "meth bugs" show up and are ease back to mend Body weight: User may encounter emotional weight reduction, anorexia, lack of healthy sustenanceSlide 51
What to search for . . . Behavioral May act euphoric Jittery Nervous Confused Violent Incessant talking Paranoid Erratic rest designs Repetitious conductSlide 52
The meth cycle of mishandleSlide 53
Making meth Process to make meth is simple and available. There are a few methods for making meth, the vast majority of which require the utilization of scathing chemicals, for example, lye, ether, CH3)2CO, and phosphorus The two noteworthy techniques are the red phosphorous strategy or the anhydrous smelling salts strategy Hundreds of formulas on the web Start with separating the dynamic fixing, ephedrine or pseudoephedrine, from over the counter medications Average meth "cook" shows ten other individuals how to make meth every yearSlide 54
Indicators of a meth producing: Chemicals Ephedrine tablets – frosty doctor
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