volume 49, issue 3, P300-306 1991
DOI: 10.1038/clpt.1991.32
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Abstract: Nalmefene hydrochloride was administered to six male volunteers with histories of opiate abuse using a double-blind, randomized, Latin square design to determine if it produced typical morphine-like effects. A comparison of physiologic and subject- and observer-reported effects was made between morphine, 15 and 30 mg given intramuscularly; nalmefene, 25, 50, and 100 mg given orally; and placebo. Drowsiness or sleepiness was the most common drug effect reported after the administration of each treatment. Only m…

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