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chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride

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(pharmacology)
C16H14ON3Cl A white crystalline conpound, soluble in water; the hydrochloride salt is used as a tranquilizer.
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The percentage improvement in CIWA-Ar after 48 hours of initiation of treatment expressed in percentage showed that patients given chlordiazepoxide (n = 42) had a mean rate of fall of 57.4%(S.D.
Although picrotoxin at 1.5 mg/kg had previously been found to antagonize the effects on conditioned suppression of valproate (Shephard et al., 1990) and chlordiazepoxide (Leslie et al., 1994; Toal et al., 1991), it was only effective at the higher dose of 2.0 mg/kg in the present study.
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Orbell G gave hopeful results of treating children having eye strain with chlordiazepoxide in 1963.12
Diazepam, chlordiazepoxide, and alprazolam are benzodiapenes effective for short-term treatment of sleep problems.
Table Examples of medications that are >90% protein-bound (not inclusive) Category Medication(s) Antibiotics Ceftriaxone, doxycycline, ertapenem Antidepressants Duloxetine, fluoxetine, nortriptyline, sertraline Antipsychotics Chlorpromazine, clozapine, haloperidol Anxiolytics Chlordiazepoxide, diazepam, lorazepam Cardiac Amiodarone, bumetanide, furosemlde, nicardipine, verapamil, warfarin Chemotherapy Paclitaxel, tamoxifen Diabetes Glipizide Pain Bupivacaine, buprenorphine, ibuprofen Seizure Phenytoin, valproic acid Source: Reference 1
'Chlordiazepoxide, which is a prescription only drug used to treat anxiety is a drug present in toxicology but we not know where she got that from."
A couple of months before we stopped someone jumping from a bridge and we knew a few people who had made attempts - he didn't believe in it at all." Toxicologist Dr Julie Evans said tests were carried out on blood samples taken from Mr Murdoch two days after his admission to hospital and whilst there was no ketamine or cocaine in his system, there were traces of the tranquillisers Temazepam, Diazepam and the sedative Chlordiazepoxide.
He was observed in the emergency room and prescribed chlordiazepoxide 25 mg X 4 doses given his recent alcohol binge.