Windows of detection of lorazepam in urine, oral fluid and hair, with a special focus on drug-facilitated crimes.

@article{Kintz2004WindowsOD,
  title={Windows of detection of lorazepam in urine, oral fluid and hair, with a special focus on drug-facilitated crimes.},
  author={P. Kintz and M. Villain and V. Cirimele and G. P{\'e}pin and B. Ludes},
  journal={Forensic science international},
  year={2004},
  volume={145 2-3},
  pages={
          131-5
        }
}
The purported lowering of sex opposition, coupled with a possible abrupt unconsciousness-inducing effect and ease of administration in spiked drinks have resulted in the use of hypnotics in cases of drug-facilitated offense. Among these compounds, lorazepam possesses amnesic properties and can impair an individual rapidly. The chances to detect this substance increase if the most sensitive methods are used and if the biological fluid which allows the longest possible detection time is available… Expand
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