Drug-Facilitated Robbery or Sexual Assault: Problems Associated with Amnesia

@article{Goull2004DrugFacilitatedRO,
  title={Drug-Facilitated Robbery or Sexual Assault: Problems Associated with Amnesia},
  author={J. Goull{\'e} and J. Anger},
  journal={Therapeutic Drug Monitoring},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={206-210}
}
Abstract: Amnesia following sedative-hypnotic drug exposure is discussed. Anterograde amnesia clearly occurs with many benzodiazepines. Several drugs are assessed: benzodiazepines and two hypnotics in particular that are structurally unrelated to the benzodiazepines but share some of their properties: zolpidem and zopiclone. The amnesic effects of these drugs are described, memory process, biology of memory, and memory process impairment documented. With these drugs anterograde amnesia has been… Expand
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