Section 1: The Basis for and Regulation of Drug Use in Sport 1. An Introduction to Drugs and Their Use in Sport 2. An Historical Perspective of Doping and Anti-doping in Sport 3. Medicines for Olympic and Commonwealth Games Section 2: Substances and Methods Prohibited in Sport 4. Anabolic Agents 5. Peptide Hormones and Related Substances 6. Beta-2 Agonists 7. Hormone Antagonists and Modulators 8. Diuretics and Other Masking Agents 9. Enhanced Oxygen Transfer 10. Prohibited Methods - Chemical and Physical Manipulation 11. Gene Doping 12. Stimulants 13. Narcotic Analgesic Drugs 14. Cannabinoids 15. Glucocorticosteroids 16. Alcohol 17. Beta blockers Section 3: Substances and Methods Permitted in Sport 18. Supplements for High Intensity Exercise: Creatine and Other Ergogenic Aids 19. Supplement Use in Sport 20. Caffeine 21. Over-the-counter Stimulants and Herbal Preparations 22. Non Steroidal Antiinflammatory Drugs 23. Melatonin and Related Substances 24. Hypoxic Chambers and Other Artificial Environments Section 4: The Extent of Doping in Sport 25. Prevalence of Drug Misuse in Sport
David R. Mottram is Emeritus Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Liverpool John Moores University. His research interests have centred on the use of drugs in sport with particular emphasis on over-the-counter drugs. He is the editor of 4 previous editions of Drugs in Sport.
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