Three cases of "spice" exposure.

  title={Three cases of "spice" exposure.},
  author={Joshua B. Simmons and Laura Cookman and Christopher Kang and Carl Skinner},
  journal={Clinical toxicology},
  volume={49 5},
INTRODUCTION We describe three cases with confirmed exposure to "spice" by detection of the metabolites JWH-018 and/or JWH-073 in urine. All cases had a negative urine drug screen. Case 1. A 25-year-old male with possible seizure, tachycardia, acidosis, and unresponsiveness, presented to a local emergency department (ED) after smoking a "spice" product. His symptoms resolved with benzodiazepines, fluid, and observation. His urine tested positive for JWH-018 and negative for JWH-073 metabolites… CONTINUE READING