clorazepate

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clorazepate

 [klo-raz´ĕ-pāt]
a benzodiazepine compound used as the dipotassium salt as an antianxiety agent, anticonvulsant, and for the treatment of acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms; administered orally.

clorazepate

/clor·az·e·pate/ (klor-az´ĕ-pāt) a benzodiazepine used as the dipotassium salt as an antianxiety agent, anticonvulsant, and aid in the treatment of acute alcohol withdrawal.

clorazepate

Pharmacology An anxiolytic and sedative hypnotic prodrug for nordiazepam

clorazepate

A long-acting BENZODIAZEPINE drug used to treat anxiety. A brand name is Tranxene.

clorazepate

a benzodiazepine compound used in the treatment of seizures in dogs.