Methamphetamine and Meth Labs
Meth lab resources and information

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Clandestine Drug Labs, by Michael S. Scott
Problem Oriented Guides for Police Series, No. 16, March 2002
U.S. Department of Justice
Contains summary information about clandestine drug labs for law enforcement officials.

Chemical Exposures Associated with Clandestine Methamphetamine Laboratories (PDF: 1710KB/44 pages); Martyny, J.W.(1), Arbuckle, S.L. (1), McCammon, C.S. (2), Esswein, E.J.(3), Erb, N.(1),
1) National Jewish Medical and Research Center; 2) Tri-County Health Department; 3) National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
Results of research on toxic chemicals emitted from meth labs.

Methamphetamine in Blue Earth County:  Recognizing the signs of production and use
Brochure from the Blue Earth County Sheriff’s Department

Overview of Medical Toxicology and Potential for Exposures to Clandestine Drug Laboratories in California; Ferguson, MD. 2000
Ferguson focuses on health effects in children from lab environments.

Children in Methamphetamine “Labs” in Oregon
Oregon Department of Human Services, August 2003.
Summarizes risks to children from meth labs, clinical findings, and guidelines for health care providers.

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Updated Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 07:34AM