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“Smart drugs”, le nuove droghe sul web: due casi di intossicazione acuta
“Smart drugs”, the new drugs on the web: two cases of acute intoxication
<p>New psychoactive substances that&nbsp;in some cases are not subjected to any legal restriction recently overwhelmed web market. They were historically&nbsp;defined &ldquo;smart drugs&rdquo;: substances either natural or synthetic with alleged psychoactive effects as well as effects on&nbsp;sexual performance. We present here two intoxication cases: the first concernes a male subject hospitalized for deep&nbsp;unconsciousness, who took in yohimbine and kawaine, two psychoactive alkaloids present in herbal preparations of&nbsp;Pausinystalia yohimbe and Piper methysticum, sold on the sexy shop websites; the second concernes a female with&nbsp;a previous history of drug poliabuse, hospitalized for dysphoric syndrome/hallucinations, who took in benzydamine,&nbsp;a local anesthetic and analgesic drug, contained in an antibacterial gynecological powder that in oral mis-overdosage&nbsp;acts as a deliriant and central nervous system stimulant.</p>
Biochimica Clinica ; 38(3) 268-271
Casi clinici - Case report