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Acute Cocaine Intoxication: Current Methods of Treatment

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 123 [Printed in 1992]

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The Medications Development Program: A New Initiative of the National Institute on Drug Abuse-----1
Heinz Sorer

Cocaine-Related Medical Crises: Evidence From the Drug Abuse Warning Network-----20
James D. Colliver, Andrea N. Kopstein, and Arthur L. Hughes

Preclinical Assessment of Cocaine Toxicity: Mechanisms and Pharmacotherapy-----44
Jeffrey M. Witkin and Jonathan L. Katz

The Cardiovascular Effects of Cocaine-Update 1992-----70
Lewis R. Goldfrank and Robert S. Hoffman

Cocaine-Related Emergency Department Presentations-----110
Kathleen S. Schrank

Cerebrovascular Complications From Cocaine: Possible Long-Term Sequelae-----129
Bruce L. Miller, Frances Chiang, Lora McGill, Todd Sadow, Mark A. Goldberg, and lsmael Mena

Cocaine Levels and Elimination in Inpatients and Outpatients: Implications for Emergency Treatment of Cocaine Complications-----147
Michael C. Rowbotham

Potential Adverse Interactions of Drugs With Cocaine-----156
Paul R. Pentel and Timothy N. Thompson

The Pathology of Cocaine: Perspectives From the Autopsy Table-----172
Charles V. Wetli

Summary Comments-----183
Marian W. Fischman, Reese T. Jones, and James W. Cornish

List of NIDA Research Monographs-----185

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