Laughing gas abuse is no joke. An overview of the implications for psychiatric practice.


Abuse of nitrous oxide--also known as laughing gas--can lead to a number of well-known neurological symptoms but also to less documented psychiatric symptoms. Studies show abuse prevalence rates ranging from 12% to 20% among youngsters and thereby classify nitrous oxide as one of the five most frequently used inhalants. Its abuse still remains unrecognized… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.clineuro.2013.04.004


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