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Social Risks posed by Addictive Consumptions

General public

Production chain & supply

Premeditation, planned

Violence against people

Violence against properties

Moment opportunity to act (passage ŕ l'acte)

Lived by the offender

General prevention

pathologic drunkenness

focused on exposed groups (targeting), take advantage of changing mood of fashion, intent to cover events, places & moments

places policies: bars, restaurant, discotheque

rarely observed, but voluntary alcoholic drinking may be responsible broadly or on specific conditions: public, vehicle driving

identical to acute psychosis, traffic accident

identical to acute psychosis

according individual tolerance to alcohol

feeling of power, mood disorders, amnesia / definition of responsibility & information on rules laws & torts in such practices

information on limits, strategic targeted disposal of public forces, laws on public events

chronic alcoholism

focus on individual cause, with a special attention to psychologic problems, anxiety & depression

employers policies and training

prevention at work places

mental deterioration + drunkenness often added

violence against spouse, fight, frequent homicide

robberies, swindles, social marginalization, homelessness

pre-delirium tremens, jealousy crisis, painful experience

chronic mood disorders, intolerance to frustration, violence

Individual approach know where, how and with whom care is available if in the future wanting to stop discuss about efforts to have quite and if something has worked.


universal screening of pregnant women for use of tobacco, alcohol & illicit drugs; screening adolescents for tobacco, alcohol, depression, and anxiety

extend of law frames, sentences, toughness requires fairness & sense of Justice especially if strong (unfair violence gives pretext)

according person personality

acquired delinquency often violent acts

drugs thefts, vandalism

lack, confused states, hallucinations

they are often lucid view on profits of robberies and burglaries (while confused when under drugs effects).

discuss about others, identify psychotic signs & coping sensibility (care not to stigmatize madness explain why ill), screen children & adolescents for behavioral disorders.


consider feasibility of means, conditions and concerted multi-regional fight (to balance with the exposure this has when Law enforcers are corrupted

extend of means of inquiry, investigation or seizures

feasibility and ways to enforce and apply sentences, mitigations, etc.

consider techniques of intelligence & flexibility of efficient strategies accor-ding the knowledge of market fluc-tuations & swifts: local organized crime may adapt violently, inter-national organized crime find synergies in criminal cooperations

Within illegal drug markets violence is endemic and is employed for the purposes of punishment and conflict

resolution; as persons buying or selling drugs in these markets have no recourse to legitimate authority to

resolve disputes.

complex cost-benefits / cost efficiency assessment;

complex balance between precisions of lawfulness strategies and tactics to reach some satisfaction in more partial issues

market strategies and tactics for not giving too many opportunities to crime; prevention as previous as economically meaningful & as soon as possible on emerging emergencies

make the difference between kinds of producers more as a tactical resource more than as a publicized strategy; either a strategical expec-tation together with efficient tactics.

strategies to manage access & preventing having legal problems (involving parents (of teens), school and health, professionals; care not to built a "wall with no other issue than one weighty gate" either; "a miracle of political will for speech

General prevention on addiction

Home visitation:or selected pregnant women & some children up to age 5; complete with social neighborhood with fast assessment method and/or micro- epidemiological study of social environment (or cultural anthropological view)

Clandestine labs products: common cold pill (ephedrine or pseudo-ephedrine), acetone, alcohol (gasoline additives or rubbing alcohol), toluene (as brake cleaner), drain cleaner or automobile battery acid (sulphuric acid), engine starter (ether), coffee filters, iodine, salt (table/rock), batteries (lithium), propane tank (anhydrous ammonia), lye (sodium hydroxide), stick matches (red phosphorous), dishes (pyre x), muriatic acid pool chemicals (hydrochloric acid)

Generalized anxiety disorder that presents for the1st time after the age of 40 should probably be conside -red evidence of depression until proven otherwise. anxiety disorders estima-ted to affect more than 10% of U.S. population at some point in their lives

therefore, effective practical interventions are needed to reduce the prevalence of drug market violence and mediate the negative health impacts that result

supplemental educational services for vulnerable infants from dis-advantaged families patients with a problem of “nerves” account for approximately 10–30 % of en-counters in general medical practice.

" Drugs pharmaco-vigilance"

I: short term & systemics proof of risk

II: proof of effects (noxious-ness)

III: systemic proof of maximum inconvenient (risks limits)

IV: follow-up of dangerousness

efficacy and cost-efficiency of preventive services depend on the entire array of universal, selective, and indicated service components; they also depend on the ability of the health care system to target and limit the more costly indicated interventions to those who could most benefit from them

General definition not proper to addiction

Produce material of information

for impersonal public , reports and information for politicians , the media, parents and others

International public image

International cooperation,

country and social reputation and representation of a country

Forcible Rape: the carnal knowledge of a person, forcibly and/or against that person's will, or not forcibly or against the person's will where the victim is incapable of giving consent because of his/her temporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity (or because of his/her youth).

Criminal Homicide—Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter: the willful (non-negligent) killing of one human being by another.

Robbery: the taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence and/or putting the victim in fear.

Aggravated Assault an unlawful attack by one person upon another wherein the offender uses a weapon or displays it in a threatening manner, or the victim suffers obvious severe or aggravated bodily injury involving apparent broken bones, loss of teeth, possible internal injury, severe laceration, or loss of consciousness.

Human Treatment Safety Proofs

I not primarily toxic (fully voluntary subject, previous complete proofs on laboratory models. II existence of positive effects (pathophysiological ground or evidence of carefull colateral experiments). III extend of 2

Medicine Drug Qualify Process

I Find molecules

(natural or synthesis - new molecules (ethnopharmacology ...) - derivation

II Laboratory screenings

(in vitro & in vivo)

III Clinical tests (see left)

IV Pharmacovigilance

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