SWOV Catalogus


Drugs and driving.
C 41692 [electronic version only]
Gull, D.G. & Langford, N.J.
Adverse Drug Reaction Bulletin, No. 238 (June 2006), p. 911-914, 52 ref.

Samenvatting Many drugs used therapeutically, and many used for non-medical reasons, can impair the skills needed for driving. The most profound effects occur with sudden onset of sleep caused by dopamine agonists; somnolence as a consequence of taking hypnotics, sedatives, and sedating antihistamines; and the disturbances of perception brought on by cocaine and other stimulants. (Author/publisher)
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