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CINCINNATI – The floor seemed filthy, and she could not get rid of the grime.
Amie Detzel frantically scrubbed that nursing home floor with cleaning supplies she’d found. On hands and knees, dragging her IV pole with her, the gravely sick woman incessantly scrubbed.
The psychotic episode happened after Detzel spent days (and nights) pushing the drug into the intravenous catheter her caregivers used to infuse antibiotics into her heart, which had become infected by a contaminated needle.
Methamphetamine, the primary drug flooding the streets of Cincinnati and other communities across the country, is a psychostimulant. It can induce psychosis.