Cocaethylene: pharmacologic activity and clinical significance.

Abstract

Consumption of ethanol during the course of cocaine binges is common, with an estimated prevalence well in excess of 50%. Cocaine abusers indicate that coingestion of ethanol may enhance and/or prolong the euphoria and reduce unpleasant side effects that may follow. Cocaethylene, an active homologue/metabolite that arises through transesterification of… (More)

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