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Isobutyl nitrite is a volatile liquid sold without a prescription as a "room odorizer" but is widely used as an inhalant to produce feelings of euphoria. Inhalation of this malodorous substance le almost universally to dizziness and lightheadedness and usually to severe symptoms of vasodilatation such as "pounding of the heart," blurred vision, and a "warm feeling. In addition, contact dermatitis and irritation of the tracheobronchial tree and eyes occurred in some users. The primary use of this substance as an euphoric agent warrants consideration of banning its sale altogether.
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RSS Link Copy. Full text links Cite Display options Display options. Abstract Isobutyl nitrite is a volatile liquid sold without a prescription as a "room odorizer" but is widely used as an inhalant to produce feelings of euphoria. Similar articles Nitrite inhalant abuse in antisocial youth: prevalence, patterns, and predictors. Hall MT, et al. J Psychoactive Drugs.
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