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UNPRG FACULTY OF HUMAN MEDICINE INTEGRANTES: ROJAS ROJAS ELVA ROSA MUNDACA DAVILA CHRISTIAN LLAUCE BALDERA MILTON VASQUEZ OBLITAS CRISTIAN VASQUEZ RUIZ JONES JUAN CAMILO VILLENA HERRERA YELTSIN

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UNPRGFACULTY OF

HUMANMEDICINE

INTEGRANTES:

ROJAS ROJAS ELVA ROSAMUNDACA DAVILA CHRISTIANLLAUCE BALDERA MILTONVASQUEZ OBLITAS CRISTIANVASQUEZ RUIZ JONES JUAN CAMILOVILLENA HERRERA YELTSIN

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WHAT ARE DRUGS?

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the World Health Organization

drug is any substance

which, when introduced into

a living organism by any

route

inhalation

ingestion

intramuscular

intravenous

is capable of acting on the

central nervous system, causing a physical alteration or psychological

drugs can change the behavior of the person

have the ability to produce tolerance and

dependence consumers.

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WHY A SUBSTANCE IS CONSIDERED DRUG?

can alter or modify one or more mental functions

Induce repeated administration by generating pleasure

The cessation of consumption can lead to great discomfort somatic or psychic

They have no medical use and if they do, can be used for non-therapeutic

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DRUG TYPESMARIJUANA

COCAINE

ALCOHOL

SNUFF

NEWT

HEROIN

LSD

INHALANTS

CRACK

PACO

Amphetamines

PEYOTE

CAFFEINE

KETAMINE

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CLASSIFICATION depressant drugs   stimulant drugs   Sedative-hypnotic

drugs   hallucinogenic

drugs   anesthetic drugs   antipsychotic

drugs   antidepressant

drugs   anxiolytic drugs   drug euphoric   antiparkinsonian

drugs   nootropic drugs   analgesic drugs   anorexic drugs

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MOST CONSUMED DRUGS

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SNUFF

Is obtained from the leaves of various plants of the genus Nicotiana tabacum. Contains nicotine which makes it very addictive The most common pathological process caused by snuff is bronchitis and emphysema.   The snuff negatively influences male sexual potency.

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SNUFF

Is obtained from the leaves of the coca plant  It is a central nervous system stimulant, an appetite suppressant, and a topical anesthetic.Cocaine increases the risk of thrombosis, stroke and myocardial infarction,Continued use by nasal aspiration of cocaine can cause nasal congestion, ulceration of the mucous membrane.

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HER

OIN

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Heroin is derived from morphine, a naturally occurring substance extracted from the seed pod of the Asian poppy plant.

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When heroin is consumed repeatedly, the brain adapts and becomes less and less sensitive to this substance, so the dose should be gradually increased consumption to get the same effects.

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Impact:Decayed teeth

Marked or blocked veins

Infectious diseases such as hepatitis or HIV Muscle and joint problems

Liver and kidney

Lung damage, including pneumonia and

tuberculosis

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CAN

NAB

IS

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Cannabis is a drug extracted from the plant Cannabis sativa, whose resin, leaves, stems and flowers are produced most consumed illegal drugs in Spain: hashish and marijuana.

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Impact:

Encourages diseases such as chronic bronchitis, pulmonary emphysema and lung cancer. Furthermore, bronchodilator effect enhances the absorption of toxic substances.

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Psychosis and schizophrenia.

Emotional disorders (anxiety, depression) and personality.

tachycardia. And Arrhythmias.

There's trouble in memory and learning

Bronchopulmonary disease and various cancers.

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SYNTHETIC DRUGS

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WHAT ARE THEY?It is the name by which it is known

to a broad group of substances

produced by chemical synthesis,

among which should be noted ecstasy, GHB,

ketamine, PCP or "angel dust."

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EXTASIS What is it?

It is a synthetic, chemicallysimilar to

methamphetamine (stimulant) andto mescaline (a hallucinogen), although the

effects that are not clearly

sum of both.

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WHAT'S ON YOUR IMMEDIATE EFFECT THE BODY?

IMMEDIATE EFFECTS Sociability, euphoria,

disinhibition. Increased self-esteem. Loquacity. Restlessness,Confusion, overwhelm. Tachycardia, arrhythmia and

hypertension. Dry mouth, sweating Chills, nausea. Contraction of the jaw,

tremors.Dehydration. Increased body temperature or

"heat stroke".

The association of ecstasy to a great

physical activity, like dancing

for hours, can lead to "heat stroke" which

consists of aincrease in body

temperature that can cause kidney failure.

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METHAMPHETAMINEIt is a stimulant amphetamine

derivative with potent effects on the

nervous system. Although globally, in terms of production

and trafficking, methamphetamine has more relevance than amphetamine

or ecstasy,

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SHORT-TERM EFFECTS• Increased attention.• Reduced fatigue.• Reduced appetite.• A feeling of euphoria.• Increased heart rate.• Hyperthermia (heat stroke).• Seizures.• Overdose.• Increased libido.• Sexual risk.• paranoid disorders.• Reaction Acute lead used as a reagent (intravenously).

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EFFECTS OF DRUGS ON THE HUMAN

BODY

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The drug abuse causes psychic alterations, physicses and of conduct.

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cerebral damages. It reduce the capability

of coordination and concentration

Nervousness Excessive increase of

appetite Isolation memory can look

affected, and it can present

difficulties in the processes of learning.

The drugs cause:

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Chronic bronchitis

cancer of lung,increase of

blood pressure, heart failure, impotence, and another effects.

Besides

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TREATMENT

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In the case of drug generate overdose or critical poisoning in a person, it is essential to implement emergency treatment.

Normally necessary to relieve respiratory system since there is often loss of consciousness, which means to be temporarily connected to a ventilator. This shows that all

drug treatment depends directly

on the type of drug.

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Detoxification

It is a partial suspension of the drug that the addict is dependent, this is done under controlled situations, and it often provides a similar drug to reduce the dangers of abstinence.

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REHABILITATION

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Rehabilitation

We define rehabilitation

as the next step in

detoxification. There are different

therapies: individual, group or family.

Typically these

processes are

prolonged for more than one month.

Apart from therapies, there are other

activities:Physical EducationSpiritual Guidance

Self Help Group 12 StepsArt Therapy

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In Peru there is an institution dedicated to the fight against drugs. Centro de Información y Educación para la Prevención del Abuso de Drogas (CEDRO), private Peruvian organization nonprofit, founded in 1986 through an initiative of Peruvians of various professions.

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THE INSTITUTION'S MAIN PURPOSE IS

TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT

THE CHAIN PRODUCTION -

DRUG TRAFFICKING – DROG USE, PROTECTING ESPECIALLY

CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS.