amobarbital


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amobarbital

 [am″o-bahr´bĭ-tal]
a barbiturate used as a short-acting sedative and hypnotic. Effects develop rapidly and the drug is eliminated more quickly than other barbiturates.

am·o·bar·bi·tal

(am'ō-bar'bi-tahl),
A central nervous system depressant with an intermediate duration of action.

amobarbital

(ăm′ō-bär′bĭ-tăl′, -bĭ-tôl′)
n.
A barbiturate, C11H18N2O3, used as a sedative and a hypnotic.

amobarbital

Amytal® Therapeutics An intermediate-acting sedative barbiturate

amobarbital

Amylobarbitone, a barbiturate drug used for the short-term treatment of insomnia. A brand name is Amytal.

am·o·bar·bi·tal

(amō-bahrbi-tahl)
A central nervous system depressant with an intermediate duration of action.
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Gottlieb was presented with the therapeutic challenge of treating a young man with psychogenic amnesia-the only such case he's ever seen-he obtained the patient's consent to perform an interview using amobarbital sodium.
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During the acute phase of CD, parenteral amobarbital or lorazepam may be helpful especially if a traumatic event was recently experienced.
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