Last updated on September 2018

Safety and Pharmacodynamic Study of GET 73 in Alcohol Dependent


Brief description of study

Examination of the effect of GET 73 on alcohol pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics (intoxication and sedation)and safety profile in alcohol-dependent individuals.To evaluate whether GET 73, as compared to placebo, results in diminished cue-reactivity responses to alcohol cues in terms of urge to drink during the cue reactivity session and results in lower quantity of alcohol consumed during an alcohol self-administration session.

Clinical Study Identifier: NCT01842503

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Robert M. Swift, M.D., R.Ph.

Roger Williams Medical Center
Providence, RI United States

Recruitment Status: Closed


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