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Diazepam tablets 2mg, 5mg, 10mg - Patient Information Leaflet (PIL

5/20/2014
03:50 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Diazepam tablets 2mg, 5mg, 10mg - Patient Information Leaflet (PIL

Text only version for the visually impaired. Below is a text only representation of the Patient Information leaflet. The original may contain images.

Keep out of the reach and sight of children.

Some side effects can be serious and may require immediate medical treatment:

Pack sizes are 28 tablets.

Do not use Diazepam tablets after the expiry date stated on the label/carton/bottle. The expiry date refers to the last day of that month.

What Diazepam tablets looks like and contents of the pack.

The dose should not be more than half the adult dose. If you are elderly or frail you are likely to be more sensitive to the effects of Diazepam tablets, such as confusion, and your doctor will give you much lower doses.

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Drugs and Human Performance FACT SHEETS - Diazepam

11/29/2014
11:40 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Drugs and Human Performance FACT SHEETS - Diazepam

Sources: Diazepam is a Schedule IV controlled substance and is available by. and impairment of tracking, vigilance, information retrieval, psychomotor and.

de Gier JJ, Hart BJ, Nelemans FA, Bergman H. Psychopharmacology 1981;73(4):340-4. Psychomotor performance and real driving performance of outpatients receiving diazepam.

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Effects: At low doses, diazepam is a moderate tranquilizer, causing sleepiness, drowsiness, confusion, and some loss of anterograde memory. Diazepam can produce a state of intoxication similar to that of alcohol, including slurred speech, disorientation, and drunken behavior.

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Diazepam (Oral Route) - Drugs and Supplements - Mayo Clinic

11/28/2014
09:10 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Diazepam (Oral Route) - Drugs and Supplements - Mayo Clinic

Diazepam is used to relieve symptoms of anxiety and alcohol withdrawal. Information is for End User's use only and may not be sold, redistributed or.

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This medicine is available only with your doctor's prescription.

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Diazepam is a benzodiazepine. Benzodiazepines belong to the group of medicines called central nervous system (CNS) depressants, which are medicines that slow down the nervous system.

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Diazepam is used to relieve symptoms of anxiety and alcohol withdrawal. This medicine may also be used to treat certain seizure disorders and help relax muscles or relieve muscle spasm.

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Diazepam Auto-Injector C-IV (diazepam injection)

9/27/2014
07:40 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Diazepam Auto-Injector C-IV (diazepam injection)

Indications: Diazepam is indicated for the management of anxiety disorders for the View full Prescribing Information for Diazepam (diazepam injection).

The cumulative maximum dose of diazepam should not exceed 30 mg; the interval between doses should be no less than 10 minutes.

When diazepam is used with a narcotic analgesic, the dosage of the narcotic should be reduced by at least one-third and administered in small increments.

Patients receiving diazepam should be cautioned against engaging in hazardous occupations requiring complete mental alertness, such as operating machinery or driving a motor vehicle.

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Diazepam - World Health Organization

7/26/2014
05:10 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

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Diazepam - World Health Organization

Group: sedative. Tablet: 2 mg, 5 mg. Injection: 5 mg/ml in 2-ml ampoule. General information. Diazepam is a benzodiazepine with anxiolytic properties.

Diazepam should be used with great caution, in much reduced doses, and only when essential in elderly and debilitated patients, and in patients with chronic pulmonary insufficiency or chronic renal or hepatic disease.

Drug interactions. Rare but serious adverse reactions include leukopenia, jaundice and hypersensitivity reactions.

In order to ensure stability, diazepam for injection should not be mixed with other drugs in syringes or infusion fluids, nor should it be diluted before use except in saline or glucose solution.

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