Further reading

Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs (1995). Volatile substance abuse. HMSO, London.

Flanagan, R.J., Streete, P.J., and Ramsey, J.D. (1997). Volatile substance abuse: practical guidelines for the analytical investigation of suspected cases and interpretation of results. United Nations Drug Control Programme, Vienna.

Ives, R. (1995). Problems with solutions: a manual for work with solvent sniffers and other young drug users (pack and video). Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence, London. Ives, R. (1997). Drug notes 6: solvents. Institute for the Study of Drug Dependence, London.

Ron, M. (1986). Volatile substance abuse: a review of possible long-term neurological, intellectual and psychiatric sequelae. British Journal of Psychiatry, 148, 235-46.

Taylor, J.C., Norman, C.L., Bland, J.M., Ramsey, J.D., and Anderson, H.R. (1998). Trends in death associated with abuse of volatile substances 1971-1996 (Report number 11). Department of Public Health Sciences, St George's Hospital Medical School, London.

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