Hypnotic drug-alcohol interaction effects on simulated driving performance.
B 25883 (In: B 25860) /83.4 / IRRD 805825
Laurell, H. & Törnros, J.
In: Alcohol, drugs and traffic safety-T 86. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Alcohol, Drugs and Traffic Safety, Amsterdam, 9-12 September 1986; p. 207-210, 2 fig., 3 tab.
|Samenvatting||Residual effects of three hypnotic drugs and the effect interaction with alcohol may have an simulated driving ability were studied. TRIAZELAM was compared with the longer acting drugs FLUNITRAZEPAM and FLURAZEPAM was verified to cause the worst problems. It should be noted however that none of the drugs differed significantly from placebo performance, thus indicating that any active drug effects were of rather small magnitude.|
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