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Dr. Hina khan starts this cerebral toxicity video lecture with the explanation of drugs acting on central Nervous System. This cerebral toxicity video lecture explains all the details about sedatives and hypnotics, chloral hydrate, Opioids, Opium and morphine, and Heroine.

Lecture Duration - 00:41:22
Release Date - February 2020

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Main classification of drugs acting on CNS are explained. Sedative-hypnotics are a class of drugs that cause a dose-dependent depression of the CNS function, inducing sedation, sleep, and unconsciousness with increasing dose. Agents in this class of drugs include benzodiazepines and Z-drugs, barbiturates, and melatonin agonists.

In Sedatives and Hypnotics educator also explains in this cerebral toxicity medicine lecture, the Chloral Hydrate. They are also called hypnotic. Chloral hydrate slows the activity of your central Nervous System. This medicine has both fast-acting and long-lasting sedative effects. Chloral hydrate is for short-term use as a sedative or sleep medicine.

Signs and symptoms of chloral hydrate are also presented in this toxicity lecture. Majorly symptoms arise on Digestive system, Nervous system, Cardiac and cutaneous. Then educator moves towards the explanation of treatment of choral hydrate. Few of them are Stomach wash with warm water and Diuresis or dialysis.

Furthermore, postmortem appearance in illustrated in this Forensic Medicine video lecture which involves irritation of GIT, brain and lungs congestion and fatty degeneration. Medicolegal aspects are also highlighted in this cerebral toxicity college lecture.

Focus of this toxicity student lecture, is then shifted towards the Opioids. Opioids are a class of drugs naturally found in the opium poppy plant and that work in The brain to produce a variety of effects, including the relief of pain with many of these drugs.

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Opium and morphine are then point of discussion in this cerebral toxicity lecture. Opium is dried juice obtained by incision of unripe capsule of white poppy (Papaver somniferum). Opium and morphine’s acute poisoning on CNS and their causes of death, fatal dose, postmortem appearance, medicolegal aspects and signs of physical degeneration are also in depth explained.

In the end of this medical toxicity lecture, Heroine (Brown sugar) is explained. It’s a synthetic derivative. Heroin is rapidly metabolized; Blood samples can be negative after 30 – 60 min. Urine samples may show morphine alkaloids for hours or days even after a single dose.

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