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bromazepam

 [bro-maz´ĕ-pam]
a benzodiazepine used as an antianxiety agent and as a sedative and hypnotic; administered orally.

bromazepam

Lexotan® Pharmacology A benzodiazepine

bromazepam

A BENZODIAZEPAM drug used in the treatment of anxiety and insomnia.
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The drugs are listed in descending order of prevalence Rank Sweden Norway Finland 1 Amphetamine (a,b) THC (a,d) Amphetamine (a) 2 THC (a,d) Amphetamine (a,b) Diazepam 3 Diazepam Clonazepam Alprazolam 4 Alprazolam Methamphetamine (a) Clonazepam 5 Clonazepam Diazepam Buprenorphine 6 Morphine/heroin (a) Alprazolam Oxazepam 7 Cocaine/BZE (a) Alprazolam THC (a,b) 8 Oxazepam MDMA (a) Temazepam 9 MDMA (a) Buprenorphine Pregablin 10 Buprenorphine Cocaine (a) MDMA (a) 11 Tramadol Pregabalin Tramadol 12 Zopiclone Tramadol Methamphetamine (a) Rank Denmark 1 THC (a,d) 2 Cocaine/BZE (a) 3 Amphetamine (a,b) 4 Clonazepam 5 Morphine/heroin 6 GHB (a,c) 7 Methadone 8 MDMA (a) 9 Ketamine 10 Diazepam 11 Alprazolam 12 Bromazepam (a) Illicit drugs.
Her medications included warfarin, carvedilol, perindopril, methyldigoxin, sevelamer, cinacalcet, tizanidine, rosuvastatin, pantoprazole, sertraline, bromazepam, tramadol, and paracetamol.
"What if we had bromazepam? This patient's low blood pressure and breathing difficulty would benefit from that!"
The majority of these studies used alprazolam as the benzodiazepine (other benzodiazepines used were adinazolam, bromazepam, chlordiazepoxide, and lorazepam) and imipramine or amitriptyline as the antidepressant comparator (other antidepressants used were desipramine, dothiepin, doxepin, and only one newer antidepressant, fluvoxamine, in one study).
This is the case of 7-bromo-5-(2pyridinyl)-1,4-benzodiazepin-2-one (bromazepam) marketed for its strong anxiolytic effect and its effective hypnotic effect [4] and 7-chloro-1-(cyclopropylmethyl)-5-phenyl-1,3-dihydro2H-1,4-benzodiazepin-2-one also known as "prazepam" marketed especially for its anxiolytic effect [5].
The patient had medical history of depression in treatment with bromazepam and olanzapine.
For this reason, he was treated by his general practitioner with BDZ (delorazepam, bromazepam) which led to further mood swings complicated by the abuse of alcohol and high dose of BDZs.
Trying to improve the patient's life quality, the physician replaces Alprazolam with Bromazepam 1,5 mg/day for ten days.
Three milligrams of bromazepam orally and 50 mg pethidine hydrochloride intramuscularly were administered 1 h before the procedure.
Drug therapy was initiated (furosemide 10 mg x 3, carvedilol 6,25 mg x 2, and bromazepam 1.5 mg x 3).
The anxiolytics most frequently dispensed were bromazepam (25.30%), alprazolam (19.19%), and diazepam (15.06%).