Psychotropic Substances: Statistics for 2002 - Assessments of Medical and Scientific Requirements for Substances in Schedules II, III and IV
Psychotropic substances are mood-altering drugs, including antidepressants and tranquillisers. This publication details and reviews statistics for the year 2002 relating to substances listed in schedules I to IV of the 1971 Convention on Psychotropic Substances, including reported statistics for specific substances, levels of consumption and assessments of annual medical and scientific requirements by country, and national restrictions on import and export under the Convention. The text is written in English, French and Spanish.
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