Acute Poisonings from Synthetic Cannabinoids - 50 U.S. Toxicology Investigators Consortium Registry Sites, 2010-2015.

@article{Riederer2016AcutePF,
  title={Acute Poisonings from Synthetic Cannabinoids - 50 U.S. Toxicology Investigators Consortium Registry Sites, 2010-2015.},
  author={Anne M. Riederer and Sharan L. Campleman and Robert G Carlson and Edward W. Boyer and Alex F Manini and Paul M. Wax and Jeffrey A Brent},
  journal={MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report},
  year={2016},
  volume={65 27},
  pages={692-5}
}
Recent reports suggest that acute intoxications by synthetic cannabinoids are increasing in the United States (1,2). Synthetic cannabinoids, which were research compounds in the 1980s, are now produced overseas; the first shipment recognized to contain synthetic cannabinoids was seized at a U.S. border in 2008 (3). Fifteen synthetic cannabinoids are Schedule I controlled substances (3), but enforcement is hampered by the continual introduction of new chemical compounds (1,3). Studies of… CONTINUE READING
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