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Toluene inhalation can result in
electrolyte and acid-base derangements and should be considered in the
differential diagnosis of young patients with unexplained hypokalaemia and normal anion gap metabolic acidosis. This case serves to
illustrate the abnormalities and heighten awareness among emergency physicians
who may not have laboratory results on hand when evaluating causes of limb weakness.
This study uses an innovative, network-based recruitment strategy (non-monetary, web-based respondent driven sampling) to gather a sample of il/legal marijuana users. Network-driven effects amongst marijuana users are examined to test the explanatory validity of several theories of social deviance. The study finds that respondent driven sampling techniques lack effectiveness without primary monetary incentives, even when meaningful secondary incentives are utilized. Additionally, the study suggests that marijuana user networks exhibit strong homophilic attachment tendencies.