benzodiazepine

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The entry-level benzodiazapine was developed in the 1950s by a Polish immigrant in the United States, Leo Sternbach, from discarded chemical compounds he had synthesised 20 years earlier in Poland when he was working on experiments to create new dyes.
Heroin worth [euro]8,875 was found while benzodiazapines to the value of [euro]4,314 were also seized.
Efficacy of kava-kava in the treatment of non-psychotic anxiety, following pretreatment with benzodiazapines.
Polypharmacy was common (Table 4), especially among those patients using benzodiazapines and methadone.
Heroin abuse and sedative-hypnotics misuse may be associated with impaired capacity for parental alertness, attention and supervision, but may be followed by irritability; benzodiazapines are associated with confusion.
Pharmacologic treatment with benzodiazapines is reported to be quite effective with one study demonstrating an 89.
From 1965 to 2000, benzodiazapines, including Rohypnol, which is still illegal in the United States, jumped from a few hundred to 750,000.
A study of physicians found that almost 8 percent of respondents self-reported AOD abuse during some period of their lives and that physicians were more likely to use alcohol, benzodiazapines, and minor opiates than the general population (Hughes et al.
Anti-anxiety agents such as buspirone (Buspar) and benzodiazapines (Valium, Klonapin, Ativan and Xanax, for example) have been studied little in autism.
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Benzodiazapines, or tranquilizers, include Valium, Xanax, and Clonipin.