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Cocaine Abuse Nasal Problems

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Annex 5 A List Of Drug Induced/related Physical Disorders
Perforated nasal septum. – Acute respiratory distress due to ‘crack lung’ or opiate amphetamines, cocaine (when they are injected) – All drugs of abuse, especially heroin, amphetamine, cocaine, MDMA • Renal problems … Fetch Here

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Cocaine Fact Sheet
Repeated use may cause long lasting problems with memory, attention and behaviour • Sniffing cocaine can lead to stuffed, runny, chapped or bleeding noses, and holes in the nasal septum abuse, and a constant craving for the drug • Due to the chemical changes in … View Doc

KTS Cocaine Leaflet
Long-term cocaine abuse may lead to lung disorders, and eventually to cardiac failure. Chronic cocaine and crack use can lead to the premature ageing relevance to Scotland, where the prevalence of cardio-vascular problems is already high. "Snorting" cocaine can result in severe damage to the nasal … Access Doc