National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) notes : Drugged driving expert panel report : a consensus protocol for assessing the potential of drugs to impair driving.
20121630 ST [electronic version only]
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Annals of Emergency Medicine, Vol. 59 (2012), No. 4 (April), p. 323-324, 1 ref.
|Samenvatting||In November 2008 and again in March 2009, an expert panel was convened by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with the goal of determining whether a list could be developed to indicate which medications or classes of medications may pose a hazard to driving. There was particular interest in having the panel develop a list of "safe" medications that do not impair driving. The value of the list would be to better inform patients and physicians about the likely effects of a drug on driving. This information could lead to better-informed prescribing practices and to more rational selection of medications by patients. The panel comprised an international group of behavioural scientists, epidemiologists, pharmacologists, toxicologists, and traffic safety professionals to provide a broad-based perspective on the issue. Discussions included prescription medications, as well as over-the-counter medications and illicit drugs. Although illicit drugs are best known for their impairing effects, prescription and over-the-counter medications are also known to be capable of producing impairment, and many are frequently encountered in impaired driver populations. (Author/publisher)|
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