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However the lowest scores were observed for nabiximols, followed by oral use of dronabinol and the inhaled use of pure THC.
Efficacy of dronabinol as an adjuvant treatment for chronic pain patients on opioid therapy.
The study into the possible medicinal benefits of dronabinol involved 24 patients with MS and central pain attending a hospital clinic in Denmark.
Dronabinol is a synthetic form of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol--an active component of marijuana.
9]--tetrahydrocannabivarin testing may not have the sensitivity to detect marijuana use among individuals ingesting dronabinol.
Going forward, the Company will be entirely focused on treatments for brain-controlled breathing disorders, and will have multiple opportunities for value-generating clinical milestones with dronabinol and CX1739.
While the Prescription Pain Drug market is relatively small and very mature, there are many new products coming online that have significant sales potential including Pfizer's Remoxy, Oxycodone NT and Embeda drugs, AcelRx's Zlaviso, Eagalet Corp's Oxayado, Endo/BDSI's Buprenorphine, GW Pharmaceuticals' Sativex, Insys' Subsys and dronabinol OS, Marinus' ganaxolone, as well as Bedrocan's and Tweed's medical marijuana offerings, among others.
Dronabinol, the synthetic THC, offers immunocompromised HIV patients a safe alternative to inhaling marijuana smoke, which contains carcinogens.
Patent Office granted Unimed a patent for the treatment with dronabinol of agitated behavior in people suffering from Alzheimer's-related dementia.
But pure THC, which is currently available by prescription as dronabinol, offers better medicinal benefits than smoking the drug, according to Dr.
The latest study, among 24 patients in Denmark, used the cannabis extract dronabinol to test its effect on pain relief.
Dronabinol: A synthetic version of tetrahydrocannabinol (Marinol), currently used as an appetite stimulant in cancer and AIDS patients, dronabinol is being tested to see whether it helps reduce agitation and improve weight gain among Alzheimer's patients.