Chromatographic Detection of Some Drugs of Toxicological Interest Using a Method for Amphetamine Identification
The purpose of the present study is to establish the behaviour of some drugs of toxicological interest when submitted to the method “Chromatographic identification of amphetamine in urine of patients treated with anorectics” proposed in our Doctoral thesis.
KeywordsCaffeine Diazepam Haloperidol Chlordiazepoxide Amitriptyline
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