Due to the fact possesion of bath salts is illegal in my area, I called the local police department to find out if the person is charged w/ amphetimine possesion or hallicinaginic (sp? sorry) possesion. In my area the person is charged w/ possesion of a controlled substance, so no luck there . After looking online it seems there is not enough known about the chemical to classify this drug, but some inteties are labling it as an amphetimine, others as a hallicinagin. What I would do query the physician on each of these cases. I know it sounds like a lot, but I'm not sure your going to be able to get a straight dx from the notes, unless you "diagnosis" the symptoms, and we all know that's a no-no.
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