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Special product areas / Medicines affecting the ability to drive
Updated 28 June 2018

Drugs affecting the ability to drive, what are they?

Drugs affecting the ability to drive have a sedative effect on the central nervous system, causing you to:

Most people know that alcohol and driving is a bad mix. But not as many would think that the combination of certain types of medicines and driving could be just as dangerous.

Like alcohol, "drugs affecting the ability to drive" can have a sedative effect or make you feel tipsy and could affect your judgement and your ability to react. The effect of taking these medicines is easily comparable to having a blood alcohol level, which means that it could increase the risk of accidents considerably.

Therefore, be extremely cautious if you drive or use machines while taking a medicine with a red warning triangle.

Red warning triangle tells you which drugs affect your driving ability

In Denmark, medicines that are associated with the highest risks of affecting you are labelled with a red warning triangle.

It indicates that the medicine causes drowsiness, and that it can affect the safety of work and the ability to drive.

But it is very important to be aware that there are medicines without the red warning triangle that can also affect your ability to drive safely, as we will describe below.

Drugs affecting the ability to drive – three degrees

In Denmark, the Danish Medicines Agency assesses if a drug is to be labelled with a red warning triangle to indicate that it affects the ability to drive.

The Danish Medicines Agency evaluates the medicine's effect and side effects and also considers if it is a medicine that you take yourself or if it is given by a doctor, for example as part of surgical procedures.

When the Danish Medicines Agency has finished its assessment, it decides which of the following three degrees the medicine should have.

Only those medicines that impair the ability to drive significantly are labelled with a red warning triangle

The warning triangle is used in Denmark, Norway, Finland and Iceland, so it is not an internationally used symbol.

If you buy medicine abroad, the medicine will probably carry a different warning label.

Which medicines bear the red warning triangle?

In Denmark, the following types of medicines carry the red warning triangle, but the list is not complete.

Not all drugs affecting the ability to drive have a red warning triangle

In special situations, some medicines without a red warning triangle could still affect work safety and your ability to drive.

Always read the package leaflet with the medicine. It tells you about any precautions that you should take. Think twice if the medicine you are taking in some way makes you feel impaired.


Special requirements for certain occupational groups

You should be aware that some drugs affecting the ability to drive are considered so dangerous by some industry organisations/employers or the Danish Transport Authority that you are not allowed to take them while you work, no matter that the medicine is not labelled with the read warning triangle. If you're not sure whether your medicine is affected, check this with your industry organisation.

Take a note of how you react

When you take a medicine for the first time or if you take more medicine than you normally would, be very careful about deciding to drive.

If you feel unwell, drowsy or exited shortly after you have started taking a new medicine or if you have changed the dose, the medicine may affect your ability to drive.

The effect could be short-term or might not show until after a while, but either way, it is crucial that you pay attention to how you react. Remember that we all respond differently to the same medicine!

How strong is the medicine's effect?

It depends on how much medicine you take. We cannot say for certain how you will react as people respond differently to medicine. Factors such as gender, age, weight and dose all play a part in how the medicine will effect you.

Usually, the sedative effect is strongest in the beginning of treatment and when the dose is increased.

If you take more than one medicine or take any of them with alcohol, sometimes the sedative effect will increase.

Drugs affecting the ability to drive and alcohol

If you take medicines with alcohol, the alcohol may increase the sedative effect of medicines that affect the ability to drive. The sedative effect can also increase if you take several medicines that bear the red warning triangle at the same time.

Check your medicine before you get behind the wheel

The package leaflet and summary of product characteristics describe issues with driving safely

Information about the medicine's effect on the ability to drive is included in the summaries of product characteristics and the package leaflet for all medicines. The information is most often based on the available standard sentences.

These sentences are to help the doctor and patient decide how to ensure utmost safety for the patient when using the medicine.

It is therefore always a good idea that you to read the package leaflet before you take your medicine and before you hit the road. The package leaflet also describes what side effects the medicine could give.

As mentioned earlier, some of these side effects could affect your ability to drive safely. If you have lost the package leaflet, you can always find the most recent one at indlæ (in Danish only).

List of drugs affecting the ability to drive

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And a very special thank you to vi, Li Xuanji, David Knott, Eva Beylin, Vitalik Buterin, and Kasima Tharnpipitchai for invaluable contributions to putting this together.

We propose an alternative to confirmation signatures and (semi) formalize the properties of any valid Plasma MVP exit game. Our game provides significantly improved UX at the cost of a two-period challenge-response scheme in the worst case.

The original Plasma MVP specification requires that exits be processed in priority order. Each exit references an unspent transaction output, and priority is determined by the age of the transaction output. This is generally necessary so that valid exits can be processed before exits stemming from invalid “out of nowhere” transactions. More information about exit priority can be found at the OmiseGO research repository here 23 .

This post introduces a new way to calculate exit priority, which we call “youngest-input” priority. Instead of ordering exits by the age of the output , we now order exits by the age of the youngest input . This has the effect that exits of outputs, even if they’re included in withheld blocks after “out of nowhere” transactions, will be correctly processed as long as they only stem from valid inputs.

Plasma MVP also introduces an exit game, whereby some outputs are deemed “exitable”. This game correctly incentivizes parties to challenge a “non-exitable” output. For example, spent outputs are considered “non-exitable.” The game requires the exitor to place a bond, such that anyone who knows the output to be spent is sufficiently incentivized to reveal the transaction and take the bond.

The basic exit game has one challenge condition - outputs must not be spent. This condition is enough to make the exit game complete because of a construction of confirmation signatures. Basically, both parties to a transaction must “sign off” on a transaction’s inclusion in the chain. Honest clients won’t sign off on withheld (and therefore possibly invalid) transactions, so honest clients won’t accept funds that might be stolen by the operator (discussed more below).

Without confirmation signatures, the above exit game is exploitable by the operator in two ways:

Our new exit game solves these problems without confirmation signatures.

This proposal replaces output-age priority with something we call “youngest-input” priority. Basically, the exit priority of an output is now the age of its youngest input. We claim that this construction is safe (honest clients cannot have money stolen) as long as clients don’t spend any outputs included after any invalid or witheld transaction.

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The concept of "resilience," which is used with increasing frequency among land management agencies, can be difficult to operationalize. Our newest working paper, #77: Resilience in Land Management Planning: Policy Mandates, Approaches, and Resources , summarizes various frameworks for planning for resilience, providing background and context tosupport individuals and groups working to implement resilience in various land management planning contexts.

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