Codeine and its alternates for pain and cough relief . 4. Potential alternates for cough relief.

@article{Eddy1969CodeineAI,
  title={Codeine and its alternates for pain and cough relief . 4. Potential alternates for cough relief.},
  author={Nathan B Eddy and H. Friebel and Katherine J. Hahn and Hans-Dieter Halbach},
  journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization},
  year={1969},
  volume={40 5},
  pages={
          639-719
        }
}
In this report-the fourth of a series on codeine and its alternates for pain and cough relief-an attempt is made to evaluate, on the basis of experimental and clinical data, and wherever possible in comparison with codeine, the effectiveness of a number of antitussive substances currently in clinical use. In the discussion of the undesired side-effects particular attention is paid to the risk of dependence and abuse. 

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