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injection drug use


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injection (or intravenous) drug use

Necrotizing Fasciitis Associated with Injection Drug Use

Injection Drug Use and Infectious Disease Practice: A National Provider Survey

Trajectories of Injection Drug Use Over 20 Years (1988–2008) in Baltimore, Maryland

Perinatal Hepatitis C Virus Transmission—Role of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Injection Drug Use

Harm Reduction and Injection Drug Use: Pragmatic Lessons from a Public Health Model

Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection and the Proinflammatory Effects of Injection Drug Use

Injection Drug Use Facilitates Hepatitis C Virus Infection of Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells

Nationwide Increase in the Number of Hospitalizations for Illicit Injection Drug Use-Related Infective Endocarditis

High Rates of Primary Care and Emergency Department Use Among Injection Drug Users in Vancouver

Sex Work, Injection Drug Use, and Abscesses: Associations in Women, But Not Men

Examining the Social Context of Injection Drug Use: Social Proximity to Persons Who Inject Drugs Versus Geographic Proximity to Persons Who Inject Drugs

Effects of duration of injection drug use and age at first injection on HCV among IDU in Kabul, Afghanistan†

Modeling the Initiation of Others Into Injection Drug Use, Using Data From 2,500 Injectors Surveyed in Scotland During 2008–2009

Injection Drug Use and Hepatitis C Virus Infection in Young Adult Injectors: Using Evidence to Inform Comprehensive Prevention

New needle and syringe use, and use of needle exchange programmes by street recruited injection drug users in 1993

Prevalence of Production of Virus-Specific Interferon-γ among Seronegative Hepatitis C-Resistant Subjects Reporting Injection Drug Use

Postexposure Prophylaxis for Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection after Sexual or Injection Drug Use Exposure: Identification and Characterization of the Source of Exposure

Feasibility of Postexposure Prophylaxis (PEP) against Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection after Sexual or Injection Drug Use Exposure: The San Francisco PEP Study

 

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A term almost always used in the context of illicit drug use, often self-administration, perhaps with shared needles and enhanced risk of blood-borne HIV and other infections.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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