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Librium

 [lib´re-um]
trademark for preparations of chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride, an antianxiety agent.

Librium

(lĭb′rē-əm)
A trademark for the drug chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride.

Librium

a trademark for an antianxiety agent (chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride).

Librium®

Chlordiazepoxide, see there.

Librium

A brand name for CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE.
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My mother was on Librium, which is a form of Valium, she gave me some and it had an amazing calming affect, I felt I could cope with life, " says Jennifer.
Tests by the California Health Department found that the "herbal" actually contained the prescription drug Librium, an addictive tranquilizer long known to be contraindicated with the woman's diabetes medications.
They then analyze how the optimal bargaining strategies lead to the steady-state equilibrium and show that this equi librium is characterized by equal expected payoffs across the agents with different priors.
These prescription drugs include Klonopin, Librium, Valium, and Halcion.
Like the names of defeated princes in Tamburlaine, lithium, Librium, Prozac, amphetamine and Dexedrine recur in a sonorous litany.
the docking) site on the cell membrane as the benzodiazepine tranquilizers Valium [R] and Librium [R], produced small but significant decreases in alcohol consumption at doses that did not decrease sucrose consumption (Perry 1995).
He came of age during the time of wonder drugs like the anti-psychotic, Thorazine and the tranquilizer, Librium.
Following Rothschild and Stiglitz (1976), equilibrium in the competitive extended warranty market is defined as a set of extended warranty contracts such that, when consumers choose contracts to maximize expected utility, (i) no contract in the equi librium set makes negative expected profits; and (ii) there is no contract outside the equilibrium set that, if offered, will make a non-negative profit.
Librium prevents the analgesia and shuttle box escape deficit typically observed following inescapable shock.
Valium, Librium and Ativan were prescribed by the million and many patients became addicted.
The following 26 medications did not have an effect on LSD measurements by Emit at the tested concentrations of one mg/mL: acetaminophen, albuterol, allopurinol, alprazolam, atenolol, caffeine, carbamazepine, clonazepam, diazepam, flunitrazepam, glyburide, hydrochlorothiazide, ibuprofen, indomethacin, librium, lidocaine, lorazepam, methaqualone, methocarbamol, nicotine, nifedipine, perphenazine, phenobarbital, procainamide, ranitidine, or temazepam.