Caffeine content of decaffeinated coffee.

@article{McCusker2006CaffeineCO,
  title={Caffeine content of decaffeinated coffee.},
  author={Rachel R McCusker and Brian S. Fuehrlein and Bruce A. Goldberger and Mark S. Gold and Edward J. Cone},
  journal={Journal of analytical toxicology},
  year={2006},
  volume={30 8},
  pages={
          611-3
        }
}
Caffeine is the most widely consumed drug in the world with coffee representing a major source of intake. Despite widespread availability, various medical conditions necessitate caffeine-restricted diets. Patients on certain prescription medications are advised to discontinue caffeine intake. Such admonition has implications for certain psychiatric patients because of pharmacokinetic interactions between caffeine and certain anti-anxiety drugs. In an effort to abstain from caffeine, patients… CONTINUE READING

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