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Bao, Lei and Li, Qing and Li, Qingjie and Chen, Hao and Zhang, Ruixue and Shi, Hongjuan and Cui, Guiyun (2020) Clinical, electrophysiological and radiological features of nitrous oxide-induced neurological disorders. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment , 16 , pp. 977-984.

Sheldon, Rollo JG and Reid, Michael and Schon, Frederick and Poole, Norman A (2020) Just say N2O – nitrous oxide misuse: essential information for psychiatrists. BJPsych Advances , 26 , (2) .

Al-Sadawi, Mohammed and Claris, Hidalgo and Archie, Chinyere and Jayarangaiah, Apoorva and Oluya, Modupe and McFarlane, Samy I (2018) Inhaled nitrous oxide 'whip-its!' causing subacute combined degeneration of spinal cord. American Journal of Medical Case Reports , 6 , (12) , pp. 237-240.

Millar, Sean (2017) Sixth ESPAD survey report published. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 60, Winter 2017 , pp. 10-11.

Haase, Trutz and Pratschke, Jonathan (2011) Risk and protection factors for substance use among young people. A comparative study of early school-leavers and school-attending students. Youth Studies Ireland , 6 , (2) , pp. 1-9.

Konghom, Suwapat and Verachai, Viroj and Srisurapanont, Manit and Suwanmajo, Somporn and Ranuwattananon, Apichart and Kimsongneun, Nipa and Uttawichai, Kanok (2010) Treatment for inhalant dependence and abuse. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews , (12) .

Walsh, Simone and Long, Jean (2010) Solvent and volatile inhalant use in Ireland. Drugnet Ireland , Issue 32, Winter 2009 , pp. 14-16.

Van Hout, Marie Claire and Connor, Sean (2008) Solvent use among young Irish adolescents: a growing concern for youth workers, teachers and parents? Drugs and Alcohol Today , 8 , (1) , pp. 27-37.

Houghton, Frank and Cowley, Hilary and Meehan, Fiona and Kelleher, Kevin (2008) Drug and solvent misuse in national school children in mid-west Ireland. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine , 25 , (4) , pp. 157-158.

McCrystal, Patrick and Percy, Andrew and Higgins, Kathryn (2008) Substance use among young people living in residential state care. Child Care in Practice , 14 , (2) , pp. 181-192.

Ives, Richard (2006) Volatile substance abuse: a review of findings in ESPAD 2003. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy , 12 , (5) , pp. 441-449.


An Garda Siochana. (2020) An Garda Síochána annual report 2019. Dublin: An Garda Siochana.

Sunday, Salome and Keogan, Sheila and Hanafin, Joan and Clancy, Luke (2020) ESPAD 2019 Ireland. Dublin: TobaccoFree Research Institute Ireland.

Foster, Cyrss and Scarlett, Mary and Stewart, Bill (2020) Young persons’ behaviour and attitudes survey 2019: substance use - (smoking, alcohol & drugs). Belfast: Department of Health.

Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Department of Justice. (2020) Drugs of abuse: a DEA resource guide. Washington DC: Drug Enforcement Administration, U.S. Department of Justice.

Williams, James and Thornton, Maeve and Morgan, Mark and Quail, Amanda and Smyth, Emer and Murphy, Daraine and O'Mahony, Desmond (2018) Growing Up In Ireland: the lives of 13 year olds. Dublin: Stationery Office.

Taylor, Keishia and Babineau, Kate and Keogan, Sheila and Whelan, Ellen and Clancy, Luke (2016) ESPAD 2015: European Schools Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs in Ireland. Dublin: Department of Health.

Centre for Public Health, Liverpool John Moores University. (2011) A summary of the health harms of drugs. London: Department of Health & National Treatment Agency for Substance Misuse.

St. Georges, University of London. International Centre for Drugs Policy. Ghodse, Hamid and Ahmed, Kapil and Corkery, John and Naidoo, Vinesha and Schifano, Fabrizio (2010) Trends in UK deaths associated with abuse of volatile substances, 1971-2008. Report 23. London: International Centre for Drugs Policy.

National Advisory Committee on Drugs. Haase, Trutz and Pratschke, Jonathan (2010) Risk and protection factors for substance use among young people: a comparative study of early school-leavers and school-attending students. Dublin: Stationery Office.

National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2009) Inhalant abuse. Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Health Service Executive South. O'Mahony Carey, Sinead (2008) A guide to substance misuse for medical professionals. Tipperary: Health Service Executive.

Health Promotion Unit, Department of Health and Children. (2008) Know the facts about drugs. Dublin: Health Service Executive.

Reaper-Reynolds, Sheilagh and Williams, James and Wolfe, Esther and Keane, Rory (2005) Understanding substances and substance use: a handbook for teachers. Kildare: South Western Area Health Board.

Community Outreach Drugs Awareness Project. (1999) Drugs unplugged. Facing the reality of drug abuse in Cork City: the results of research carried out by the Community Outreach Drugs Awareness Project. Cork: Cork City Local Drugs Task Force.

Ireland. Department of Health. (1995) Solvent abuse: a guide for professionals and parents. Dublin: Department of Health.

Ireland. Department of Health, Health Promotion Unit, National Youth Council of Ireland, Department of Education. Youth Affairs Section. (1994) Solvent abuse programme. Dublin: Health Promotion Unit, Department of Health, National Youth Council of Ireland, Youth Affairs Section, Department of Education.


National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020) DrugFacts: Inhalants. Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Be Smart. Be Safe.. (2019) Home truths. Are you aware of the drugs that are all around us? Dublin: Be Smart. Be Safe.

National Documentation Centre on Drug Use. Walsh, Simone and Long, Jean (2010) Factsheet: Solvent and volatile inhalant use in Ireland. Dublin: Health Research Board.


National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre. (2017) Quick guide to drugs & alcohol. New South Wales: Drug Info. State Library of NSW .

Levinthal, Charles F (2011) Drugs, behavior, and modern society. Boston: Allyn and Bacon .

Shapiro, Harry (2010) The media guide to drugs: key facts and figures for journalists. London: Drugscope .

Maisto, Stephen A and Galizio, Mark and Connors, Gerard J (2008) Drug use and abuse. Wadsworth .

Kuhn, Cynthia and Swartzwelder, Scott and Wilson, Wilkie (2008) Buzzed: the straight facts about the most used and abused drugs from alcohol to ecstasy. New York: W.W. Norton .

Levinthal, Charles F (2008) Drugs, behavior, and modern society. Boston ; London: Pearson, Allyn & Bacon .

Wills, Simon (2005) Drugs of abuse. London: Pharmaceutical Press .

Brick, John, ed. (2004) Handbook of the medical consequences of alcohol and drug abuse. New York: Haworth Press .

Winger, Gail and Woods, James H and Hofmann, Frederick G (2004) A handbook on drug and alcohol abuse: the biomedical aspects. Oxford: Oxford University Press .

Hanson, Glen R and Venturelli, Peter J and Fleckenstein, Annette E (2002) Drugs and society. Massachusetts: Jones and Bartlett .

Connolly, Sean (2002) Need to know: solvent abuse. Need to know Oxford: Heinemann Library .

Karch, Steven B (2002) Karch's pathology of drug abuse. Boca Raton Fl.: CRC Press .

Jellinek Prevention. van der Meer, Ron (2000) Drug aware: every person's guide to understanding drugs. Sydney: Van der Meer Publishing .

Friedman, Lawrence S and Fleming, Nicholas F and Roberts, David H and Hyman, Steven E, eds. (1996) Sourcebook of substance abuse and addiction. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins .

Bellenir, Karen, ed. (1996) Substance abuse sourcebook. Basic health-related information about the abuse of legal and illegal substance such as alcohol, tobacco, prescription drugs, marijuana, cocaine, and heroin; and including facts about substance abuse prevention strategies, intervention methods, treatment and recovery programs, and a section addressing the special problems related to substance abuse during pregnancy. Health Reference Series, v. 14 Detroit: Omingraphics .


[Irish Times] , Cluskey, Peter Excessive use of laughing gas can damage spine, Dutch doctors say. (26 Jun 2020)

[thejournal.ie] , MacNamee, Garreth Use of nitrous oxide or 'hippie crack' on the rise during pandemic. (03 Jun 2020)

[thejournal.ie] , MacNamee, Garreth and Ryan, Orla Chemsex: How dangerous party drugs are sourced and stored in Ireland. (04 Dec 2018)

[thejournal.ie] Watchdog to target discount and hardware stores for banned hazardous chemicals. (11 Sep 2017)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Irish teen drinking at a low in European table for alcohol use. (21 Sep 2016)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Increase in numbers sniffing gas. (25 Aug 2015)

[thejournal.ie] People are sniffing cheap butane gas to get high on the streets of Dublin. (06 May 2015)

[Independent UK] , Troup Buchanan, Rose Laughing gas: How dangerous is 'hippie crack', why is it legal and what are the effects? (15 Apr 2015)

[Irish Examiner] , O'Keeffe, Cormac Record number of synthetic chemicals detected. (01 Jun 2013)

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