(10 mg Iran Hakim) or oxazepam (10 mg Iran Hakim) tablet along with a glass of orange juice was given to the patient by the main researcher to take two hours before administration of the anesthetic and inferior alveolar nerve block.
The principal benzodiazepines used as anxiolytics include diazepam, chlordiazepoxide
, clonazepam, lorazepam, alprazolam and oxazepam.
Senturk, 1999, "Simultaneous Determination of Two-Component Mixtures in Pharmaceutical Formulations Containing Chlordiazepoxide
by Ratio Spectra Derivative Spectrophotometry," Anal.
We were able to use deuterated IS for almost all of the analytes for this method, except for bromazepam and chlordiazepoxide
, for which we could not purchase the substances, and lorazepam, for which reliable results could not be obtained using the deuterated IS.
Lack of tolerance to the contrast-reducing actions of chlordiazepoxide
with repeated reward reductions.
Effect of chlordiazepoxide
on the response to repeated reductions in sucrose concentration in free-fed rats.
Effects of d-amphetamine, chlorpromazine, and chlordiazepoxide
on intercurrent behavior during spaced-responding schedules.
Regulators said that, despite being labeled as dietary supplements, Emagrece Sim (also known as the Brazilian diet pill) and Herbathin actually contain the prescription ingredients chlordiazepoxide
HCI (the active ingredient in librium) and fluoxetine HCI (the active ingredient in Prozac), which, if used without a physician's guidance, could be harmful.
Emagrece Sim and Herbathin contain chlordiazepoxide
HCl (the active ingredient in Librium) and fluoxetine HCl (the active ingredient in Prozac).
Tests of the two dietary supplements, Emagrece Sim and Herbathin, show that they can contain chlordiazepoxide
(the active ingredient in Librium), fluoxetine (Prozac), and fen-proporex, an unapproved stimulant that the body converts to amphetamine.
Comparative efficacy of propranolol and chlordiazepoxide
in alcohol withdrawal.
Preferred benzodiazepines to treat alcohol withdrawal are chlordiazepoxide
(Librium[R]), clonazepam (Klonopin[R]), and diazepam (Valium[R]) (Lisanti, 2001).