Librium


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a tranquilizer (trade names Librium and Libritabs) used in the treatment of alcoholism

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Switch to Librium (chlor-diazepoxide) or phenobarbital in an outpatient setting at a time when patients are physiologically improved.
Librium is a prescribed substance that is given to those who are overcoming alcohol detoxification, and is used to reduce seizures.
manufacturer of amphetamine and other stimulant drugs, and Hoffman LaRoche, the developers and manufacturers of Librium and Valium, based on meetings David Smith had attended with representatives of both companies.
It didn't, though, take a genius s to predict the tumult and any hedge fund managers worth their gilt edge should have invested heavily in shares of Valium, Beta Blockers and Librium, and so it proved.
Michael Buble, as he was known, exercised his vocal chords until his singing was more potent than a double dose of Valium and Librium, or a clonk on the head with a stonking big hammer.
I was given a course of librium at first to get over my drinking and I've never felt so fit.
After the major success of: Miltown, the new class of tranquilizers, benzodiazepines (marketed as Librium and Valium), also helped to expand the tranquilizer market.
The book then follows the development of subsequent medications such as Valium and Librium, exploring issues such as gender differences in medication use, the marketing of these medications, shifting public attitudes toward tranquilizer use during the 1960s and '70s, and the public and political backlash against tranquilizers as their dangerous addictive potential became more widely recognized.
Other drugs known to leach DEHP from PVC tubing are: Etoposide (VePesid), Teniposide (Vumon), Librium, Monistat, Sandimmune, Tacrolimus, Fat Emulsions and Vitamin A.
Not a "me too" drug, Librium was chemically different: benzodiazepine.
Food and Drug Administration warned the public about "Brazilian diet pills" containing active ingredients of Prozac, Librium and fluxetine HCI, an antidepressant used to treat panic disorder, bulimia and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
In the early days, I prescribed imipramine for the panic and a benzodiazepine such as Librium (chlordiazepoxide) or Valium (diazepam) for 2-3 weeks to help patients cope with the anticipatory anxiety that occurred before the imipramine became effective.
Arthur Sackler is the guy who, before he delivered OxyContin, brought to you the marketing for Librium and Valium.
the taper of Librium, a medication that mimicked the effects of alcohol in a safe, controllable way; the Alcoholics Anonymous recommendation; the clinic appointment for follow-up that was never kept.
Williams ordered a dose of 25 mg Librium to ease the effects of withdrawal.