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Powder cocaine: There was no change in the prevalence of last year powder cocaine use for adults aged 16 to 59 years (2.0%) and 16 to 24 years (4.0%) compared with the year ending March 2020. However, levels were higher than the year ending December 1995 when estimates were first recorded. Mangoni AA, van Munster BC, Woodman RJ, de Rooij SE. Measures of anticholinergic drug exposure, serum anticholinergic activity, and all-cause postdischarge mortality in older hospitalized patients with hip fractures. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2013;21(8):785–93. Lampela P, Lavikainen P, Garcia-Horsman JA, Bell JS, Huupponen R, Hartikainen S. Anticholinergic drug use, serum anticholinergic activity, and adverse drug events among older people: a population-based study. Drugs Aging. 2013;30(5):321–30. ADS=Anticholinergic Drug Scale; ABC=Anticholinergic Burden Classification; CrAS=Clinician-rated Anticholinergic Score; ARS=Anticholinergic Risk Scale; ACB=Anticholinergic Cognitive Burden Scale; AAS=Anticholinergic Activity Scale; ACL=Anticholinergic Loading Scale; SAA=Serum Anticholinergic Activity. Selecting the title and abstract of the publication, studies retrieved were screened by two independent reviewers for its eligibility for inclusion in the review process (M.S.S. and P.S.N.). The eligible studies were subject to a thorough full text analysis for relevance and pre-defined inclusion criteria. Studies that met the following criteria were included in the final review.

In 2015, just over half (53%) of people starting treatment for primary MDMA use were under 20 years old, but in 2018, 75% of those starting treatment were in this age group. Studies that include participants of either sex, of mean age 65 years or older and living in primary care or nursing homes or hospitals.With increasing age comes age-related comorbidities that may be influenced by lifestyle, genomic makeup and other demographic factors. The increasing number of health issues require multiple medications (polypharmacy) to treat them. A 2005 study found that as of 2002, older adults defined as ≥ 65 years comprised 12% of the population of the United States but constituted 33% of its prescription drug expenditure (50 billion dollars) [ 1]. Whilst polypharmacy may be beneficial in treating underlying health conditions in older adults, it increases the risk of adverse drug events. In particular, taking multiple drugs with anticholinergic effects increases the risk of anticholinergic burden (AB) in older adults because of age-related pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic changes [ 2]. Duran CE, Azermai M, Vander Stichele RH. Systematic review of anticholinergic risk scales in older adults. Eur J Clin Pharmacol. 2013;69(7):1485–96. From the most recent surveys, the prevalence of any drug use in the last year was 9.4% in England and Wales, 12% in Scotland, and 5.9% in Northern Ireland.

Substances such as mephedrone, spice, GBL or GHB, salvia and other emerging substances are collectively known as new psychoactive substances (NPS), often previously referred to as "legal highs". These substances are usually intended to mimic the effects of "traditional" drugs such as cannabis, ecstasy, or cocaine and can come in different forms such as herbal mixtures that are smoked, powders, crystals, tablets, or liquids. Frequent drug user Quarterly statistics on crime levels and trends in England and Wales. This user guide contains detailed information on the datasets used to compile crime statistics published by Office for National Statistics (ONS). The Anticholinergic Risk Scale (ARS) score was developed based on a ranking system developed by Rudolph et al. [ 19]. A literature review of 500 medicines known to possess anticholinergic activity was conducted by a group of geriatricians and pharmacists within the Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System. The authors considered the affinity for the muscarinic receptor, experimental reporting of anticholinergic activity, and literature review on anticholinergic adverse effects. This information was used to rank medicines for anticholinergic activity on a scale of 0 to 3, with 0 indicating no known anticholinergic activity and 3 indicating definite/high anticholinergic activity. A total of 49 medicines with known anticholinergic activity were reported in the ARS scale. The clinical outcomes validated using the ARS scale were cognitive, functional, quality of life, length of hospital stay, and mortality. The ARS was validated in a veteran’s population derived from a single medical centre limiting its external validity. Higher ARS scores in veteran and primary care patients were shown to be associated with anticholinergic adverse events [ 19].

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Approximately 1 in 11 adults aged 16 to 59 years (9.2%; approximately 3 million adults) and approximately 1 in 5 adults aged 16 to 24 years (18.6%; approximately 1.1 million adults) reported last year drug use in the year ending June 2022. The overall prevalence of drug use reported in the UK has remained relatively stable throughout the last decade. However, the most recent surveys covering England and Wales, and Scotland reported the highest prevalence of drug use in the past 10 years.

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