Librium


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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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She was a bit groggy from the Librium but appeared upbeat about the experience.
A esto hay que anadir pildoras contra las alergias alimenticias, que lo deprimian; antidepresivos, para levantarlo; ataraxicos, como Librium, para calmarlo, e hipnoticos ligeros para dormir.
The records reveal that Kennedy took codeine, Demerol and methadone for pain, Ritalin, a stimulant, meprobamate and librium for anxiety barbiturates for sleep, thyroid hormone, and injections of a blood derivative, gamma globulin, presumably to combat infections.
To help with beating the cravings for alcohol my doctor prescribed me Librium and I also took anti-depressants and sleeping tablets.
It has properties similar to the anti-anxiety drugs Librium and Valium, said June, who codeveloped the medication with James M.
For example, Valium, Librium, Tranxene, Centrax, Paxipam, Dalmane and Klonopin might be active for as long as 200 hours; Ativan, Xanax, Restoril and Doral are active for up to 24 hours; and Halcion and Serax, 6 to 9 hours.
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.