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Agonists, or "replacement medications," are useful adjuncts in treatment of opiate and nicotine dependence. They have not been systematically examined in cocaine dependence. of early open trials with methylphenidate for treatment of cocaine dependence were equivocal. Twenty-four cocaine-dependent subjects were enrolled in an week double-blind, placebo-controlled study of methylphenidate. Asment was random.
Intake included a 2-day human laboratory procedure in which subjects received initial doses of methylphenidate or placebo. Subjects attended the clinic Monday through Friday and received oral doses of methylphenidate 5 mg plus mg sustained release or placebo at a. Clinic visits included therapy sessions, electrocardiograms, self-report measures, and twice-weekly urine screens.
There were no ificant adverse effects. The doses were sufficient to permit detection of psychoactive effects "stimulant," "more energy" and side effects "jitteriness," "eating less" without increased "craving. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!
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