Prevalence of tramadol findings in urine samples obtained in competition

Prevalence of tramadol findings in urine samples obtained in competition / Joao Gabriel Baltazar‐Martins, Maria del Mar Plata, Jesús Muñoz‐Guerra, Gloria Muñoz, Daniel Carreras, Juan Del Coso. - (Drug Testing and Analysis (2019) 8 February).
- PMID: 30735314.
- DOI: 10.1002/dta.2575
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Tramadol drew the attention of anti-doping authorities because this analgesic, used to treat moderate to severe pain,might alsoproduce several drawbacks such as dizziness, loss of alertness, and drowsiness that could affect the athletes’ safety. The current letter presents an analysis of samples measured in the Madrid Doping Control Laboratory and the results of the 2017 Monitoring Program report. Both analyses reveal that tramadol is being abused in some sports, particularly cycling.

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8 February 2019
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Baltazar‐Martins, Joao Gabriel
Carreras, Daniel
Del Coso, Juan
Del Mar Plata, María
Muñoz, Gloria
Muñoz‐Guerra , Jesús
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Spain
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English
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Agencia Española de Protección de la Salud en el Deporte (AEPSAD) - Spanish Agency for the Protection of Health in Sport
Universidad Camilo José Cela (UCJC) - Camilo José Cela University
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Madrid, Spain: Madrid Anti-Doping Laboratory Agencia Española de Protección de la Salud en el Deporte
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