Synthetic cannabinoids: A review of the clinical implications of a new drug of choice

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Abstract

Synthetic marijuana use is an emerging public health problem in the United States, and can cause agitation, severe psychosis, bizarre hallucinations, and possibly death. This article describes these products, which are unregulated and can vary widely in composition, and how clinicians can recognize patients with synthetic cannabinoid toxicity and treat them appropriately to minimize morbidity and mortality.

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