Zimelidine‐induced variations in alcohol intake by nondepressed heavy drinkers

@article{Naranjo1984ZimelidineinducedVI,
  title={Zimelidine‐induced variations in alcohol intake by nondepressed heavy drinkers},
  author={C. Naranjo and E. Sellers and C. Roach and D. V. Woodley and M. Sanchez-Craig and K. Sykora},
  journal={Clinical Pharmacology \& Therapeutics},
  year={1984},
  volume={35}
}
The effect of zimelidine, a specific serotonin‐reuptake inhibitor, on alcohol intake was tested in 13 healthy male, nondepressed heavy drinkers who were randomly allocated to receive zimelidine or placebo in a double‐blind, crossover experiment. There were five 2‐wk experimental periods (baseline, placebo 1 and 2, and zimelidine 1 and 2). Treatment was discontinued in three subjects due to a suspected adverse reaction and three other subjects dropped out. Thus, 13 subjects participated in at… Expand
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