Phenibut Overdose in Combination with Fasoracetam: Emerging Drugs of Abuse

@inproceedings{Merchan2016PhenibutOI,
  title={Phenibut Overdose in Combination with Fasoracetam: Emerging Drugs of Abuse},
  author={Cristian Merchan and Ryan Morgan and John K. Papadopoulos and David Fridman},
  year={2016}
}
  • Cristian Merchan, Ryan Morgan, +1 author David Fridman
  • Published 2016
  • Medicine
  • The widespread availability of non-traditional dietary supplements and pharmacologically active substances via the Internet continues to introduce mechanisms for inadvertent toxidromes not commonly seen. Consumers are virtually unrestricted in their ability to acquire products purporting augmentation of normal physiology for the purposes of enhancement, recreation, and/or potential abuse. The safety pro iles at standard or toxic doses remain largely unknown for many agents that can be purchased… CONTINUE READING

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