solvent inhalation

sol·vent in·ha·la·tion

inhalation of volatile organic solvents used in glue, nail polish remover, lacquer thinners, cleaning fluid, lighter fluid, and gasoline, for the purpose of self-intoxication.
See also: glue-sniffing.
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In some applications, nonvolatile solvents are acceptable, leading to significant "green" advantages including nonflammability, no solvent emissions to the atmosphere, no contribution to smog formation, and lack of human exposure through solvent inhalation.
A postmortem conducted at Waterford Regional Hospital found she died from solvent inhalation.