dronabinol


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Noun1.dronabinol - psychoactive substance present in marijuana; used therapeutically to control nausea associated with cancer therapy
consciousness-altering drug, mind-altering drug, psychoactive drug, psychoactive substance - a drug that can produce mood changes and distorted perceptions
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The studies assessed nabilone, dronabinol, nabiximols, levonantradol, THC, THC/CBD, and ajuvenic acid, delivered via oral capsules, cigarettes, vaporizers, oromucosal sprays, or intramuscular injection.
In some countries synthetic cannabinoids, such as nabilone (Cesamet) and dronabinol (Marinol), are available for these purposes.
Dronabinol is the synthetically manufactured (-)-trans-isomer of [[DELTA].
Drug: Bivalirudin dronabinol / cannabidiol, bexarotene.
OF was not contaminated by oral administration of dronabinol, a encapsulated synthetic THC in sesame oil (25).
The most commonly prescribed cannabinoid-based medicines are dronabinol (marketed as Marinol[R] since 1986, Abbott Products Inc.
Sativex, in the form of a mouth spray, contains the principal extracts - dronabinol and cannabidiol - found in the leaf and flower of the cannabis plant, and is the first cannabinoid preparation to be licensed for use in the treatment of muscle spasms in MS.
Dronabinol and nabilone have been approved by the US FDA for use in CINV refractory to conventional antiemetic therapy, but the role of cannabinoids in the prevention of CINV remains to be established (22).
One of our patients was taking the cannabinoid dronabinol PO tablets, 2.
Patients were given cannabis extract dronabinol pills or identical placebo tablets.
The latest study in Denmark used the cannabis extract dronabinol to test its effect on pain relief.
As a result of extensive outreach to member states in the months leading up to the Commission, the United States succeeded in garnering wide member-state support to reject a World Health Organization (WHO) recommendation to downgrade the international controls on dronabinol, the principal active ingredient in cannabis.