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Calmipam - Pharmacology: Potentiates action of GABA, inhibitory neurotransmitter, resulting in increased neural inhibition and CNS depression, especially in limbic system and reticular formation.

Indication: Management of anxiety disorders; relief of acute alcohol withdrawal symptoms; relief of preoperative apprehension and anxiety and reduction of memory recall; treatment of muscle spasms, convulsive disorders (used adjunctively), and status epilepticus.

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Treatment of irritable bowel syndrome; relief of panic attack.

Used for: Treating anxiety disorders or for the short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety. It is also used to treat seizures, certain types of muscle spasms, and symptoms of alcohol withdrawal (eg, agitation, tremor, hallucinations). Calmipam is also used before surgery or other medical procedures to help reduce anxiety and tension. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor.

Calmipam is a benzodiazepine. It works by increasing the action of a certain chemical (gamma-aminobutyric acid [GABA]) in the brain and nervous system. This helps to reduce anxiety. It also helps to reduce seizure activity in the brain and to reduce muscle spasms.

Calmipam is a benzodiazepine derivative tranquilizer. It provides anxiolytic, sedative, anticonvulsant, central muscle relaxant effect. The mechanism of action is associated with increased inhibitory effect of GABA in the CNS. Muscle relaxant effect is also due to the inhibition of spinal reflexes. This medication may cause anticholinergic effects.

Calmipam, a benzodiazepine, generates the same active metabolite as chlordiazepoxide and clorazepate. In animals, Calmipam appears to act on parts of the limbic system, the thalamus and hypothalamus, and induces calming effects. Diazepam, unlike chlorpromazine and reserpine, has no demonstrable peripheral autonomic blocking action, nor does it produce extrapyramidal side effects; however, animals treated with Calmipam do have a transient ataxia at higher doses. Calmipam was found to have transient cardiovascular depressor effects in dogs. Long-term experiments in rats revealed no disturbances of endocrine function. Injections into animals have produced localized irritation of tissue surrounding injection sites and some thickening of veins after intravenous use.

Calmipam (F.S.) helps to relieve anxiety, especially if it is accompanied by problems sleeping (a condition also known as insomnia). Calmipam (F.S.) also helps to relieve the symptoms caused by acute alcohol withdrawal, such as trembling or confusion. It is also used to treat other medical conditions, such as panic attacks, muscle spasms and certain types of epilepsy (also known as fits or seizures). In treating epilepsy, Calmipam (F.S.) is usually used together with other epilepsy medicines.

Calmipam (Tai Yu) helps to relieve anxiety, especially if it is accompanied by problems sleeping (a condition also known as insomnia). Calmipam (Tai Yu) also helps to relieve the symptoms caused by acute alcohol withdrawal, such as trembling or confusion. It is also used to treat other medical conditions, such as panic attacks, muscle spasms and certain types of epilepsy (also known as fits or seizures). In treating epilepsy, Calmipam (Tai Yu) is usually used together with other epilepsy medicines.

Calmipam (Astar) helps to relieve anxiety, especially if it is accompanied by problems sleeping (a condition also known as insomnia). Calmipam (Astar) also helps to relieve the symptoms caused by acute alcohol withdrawal, such as trembling or confusion. It is also used to treat other medical conditions, such as panic attacks, muscle spasms and certain types of epilepsy (also known as fits or seizures). In treating epilepsy, Calmipam (Astar) is usually used together with other epilepsy medicines.

Calmipam (Washington) helps to relieve anxiety, especially if it is accompanied by problems sleeping (a condition also known as insomnia). Calmipam (Washington) also helps to relieve the symptoms caused by acute alcohol withdrawal, such as trembling or confusion. It is also used to treat other medical conditions, such as panic attacks, muscle spasms and certain types of epilepsy (also known as fits or seizures). In treating epilepsy, Calmipam (Washington) is usually used together with other epilepsy medicines.

Calmipam is used to treat severe anxiety or agitation and to control epileptic fits or seizures. It may also be used to relieve muscle spasms caused by tetanus.

Oral Severe anxiety

Adult: 2 mg tid. Max: 30 mg daily.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Insomnia associated with anxiety

Adult: 5-15 mg at bedtime.

Child: and adolescents (12-18 yr): 1-5 mg at bedtime to control night terrors and sleepwalking.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Premedication before anaesthesia

Adult: 5-20 mg given before general anaesthesia.

Child: 1 mth-18 yr: 200-300 mcg/kg, may be given 45-60 min beforehand. Max: 10 mg (up to 12 yr); 20 mg (up to 18 yr).

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Adjunct in seizures

Adult: 2-60 mg daily in divided doses.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Muscle spasms

Adult: 2-15 mg daily in divided doses, may increase up to 60 mg daily in severe spastic disorders e.g. cerebral palsy.

Child: 1-12 mth: 250 mcg/kg; 1-5 yr: 2.5 mg; 5-12 year: 5 mg; 12-18 yr: 10 mg (max: 40 mg/day). Dose can be given twice daily.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Alcohol withdrawal syndrome

Adult: 5-20 mg repeated after 2-4 hr if necessary. Alternatively, 10 mg 3-4 times daily on the 1st day, reducing to 5 mg 3-4 times daily as required.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Parenteral Muscle spasms

Adult: 10 mg IM/IV repeated if necessary after 4 hr. Higher doses may be used in tetanus: 100-300 mcg/kg every 1-4 hr via IV inj; alternatively 3-10 mg/kg may be given over 24 hr by continuous IV infusion or by nasoduodenal tube using a suitable liquid oral dosage form.

Child: ≥1 mth: Higher doses may be used in tetanus: 100-300 mcg/kg every 1-4 hr via IV inj; alternatively 3-10 mg/kg may be given over 24 hr by continuous IV infusion or by nasoduodenal tube using a suitable liquid oral dosage form.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Intravenous Premedication before anaesthesia

Adult: Usual dose: 100-200 mcg/kg.

Child: >1 mth: 100-200 mcg/kg. Max: 1 mth-12 yr: 5 mg/day; 12-18 yr: 20 mg/day.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Parenteral Alcohol withdrawal syndrome

Adult: 10-20 mg IM/IV if symptoms are severe and if delirium tremens has developed.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Parenteral Severe anxiety

Adult: Up to 10 mg may be used, repeat if needed after 4 hr. Dose can be given via IM or IV inj. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Intravenous Sedation in minor surgical and medical procedures

Adult: 10-20 mg given via IV inj over 2-4 min.

Child: ≥1 mth: 100-200 mcg/kg via IV inj over 2-4 min, to be given immediately before the procedure. Max: 5 mg (up to 12 yr); 20 mg (up to 18 yr). Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Intravenous Adjunct in seizures

Adult: 10-20 mg at a rate of 5 mg/min, repeat if needed after 30-60 min. Once the seizures have been controlled, up to 3 mg/kg may be given via slow IV infusion over 24 hr to prevent recurrence.

Child: 1 mth-12 yr: 300-400 mcg/kg over 3-5 min, repeat after 10 min if needed. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Rectal Severe anxiety

Adult: As rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg, repeated after 12 hr if necessary. As suppository: 10-30 mg.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Rectal Premedication before anaesthesia

Adult: As a rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg.

Child: As a rectal solution: Dose is based on age. 1-3 yr: 5 mg; 3-12 yr: 5-10 mg; 12-18 yr: 10 mg.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Rectal Adjunct in seizures

Adult: As rectal gel: 200-500 mcg/kg, repeated after 4-12 hr if necessary. Rectal solution may be appropriate for febrile convulsions, status epilepticus and convulsions due to poisoning ; suppositories are not suitable due to slow absorption. Typical dose for rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg, repeated every 12 hr if needed; use other anticonvulsive measures is recommended if convulsions are not controlled by the 1st dose.

Child: >2 yr: As rectal gel: 200-500 mcg/kg, repeated after 4-12 hr if necessary. Rectal solution may be appropriate for febrile convulsions, status epilepticus and convulsions due to poisoning; suppositories are not suitable due to slow absorption. Typical rectal solution dose for children >10 kg: 500 mcg/kg, repeated every 12 hr if needed; recommended to use other anticonvulsive measures if convulsions are not controlled by the 1st dose.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Rectal Muscle spasms

Adult: As a rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg, repeat every 12 hr if needed.

Child: >10 kg: As a rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg, repeat every 12 hr if needed.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Reconstitution: Do not mix IV product with other medications. Incompatibility: Y-site incompatibility: Dexmedetomidine, diltiazem, fluconazole, foscarnet, gatifloxacin, heparin, heparin with hydrocortisone sodium succinate, hetastarch, hydromorphone, potassium chloride, propofol, vecuronium, vitamin B complex with C, amphotericin B cholesteryl sulfate complex, atracurium, cefepime, linezolid, meropenem, pancuronium. Syringe incompatibility: Hydromorphone, nalbuphine, sufentanil, doxapram, glycopyrrolate, heparin. Admixture incompatibility: Furosemide, floxacillin, dobutamine, bleomycin, buprenorphine, doxorubicin, fluorouracil.

Oral Short-term management of anxiety

Adult: 2 mg tid. Max: 30 mg daily.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Oral Insomnia associated with anxiety

Adult: 5-15 mg at bedtime.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Oral Sleepwalking

Child: and adolescents (up to 18 yr): 1-5 mg at bedtime.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Oral Night terrors

Child: and adolescents (up to 18 yr): 1-5 mg at bedtime.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Oral Anaesthetic premedication

Adult: 5-15 mg given before general anaesthesia.

Child: 1-12 mth: 250 mcg/kg; 1-5 yr: 2.5 mg; 5-12 yr: 5 mg.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Oral Adjunct in the management of seizures

Adult: 2-60 mg daily in divided doses.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Oral muscle spasms

Adult: 2-15 mg daily in divided doses, increased up to 60 mg daily in severe spastic disorders e.g. cerebral palsy. Max: 60 mg/day.

Child: 1-12 mth: 250 mcg/kg; 1-5 yr: 2.5 mg; 5-12 year: 5 mg; 12-18 yr: 10 mg. Max: 40 mg/day.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Oral Acute symptoms of alcohol withdrawal

Adult: 5-20 mg repeated after 2-4 hr if necessary. Alternatively, 10 mg 3-4 times daily on the 1 st day reduced to 5 mg 3-4 times daily as required.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Intravenous Anaesthetic premedication

Adult: 100-200 mcg/kg.

Child: >1 mth: 100-200 mcg/kg. Max: 1 mth-12 yr: 5 mg/day; 12-18 yr: 20 mg/day.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Intravenous muscle spasm associated with tetanus

Adult: 100-300 mcg/kg given every 1-4 hr by IV inj. Alternatively, 3-10 mg/kg is given over 24 hr by continuous IV infusion or by nasoduodenal tube using a suitable liquid oral dose preparation.

Child: >1 mth: 100-300 mcg/kg given every 1-4 hr by IV inj. Alternatively, 3-10 mg/kg is given over 24 hr by continuous IV infusion or by nasoduodenal tube using a suitable liquid oral dose preparation.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Parenteral muscle spasms

Adult: 10 mg IM/IV repeated if necessary after 4 hr.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Parenteral Short-term treatment of anxiety disorders

Adult: 10 mg IM/IV repeated if necessary after 4 hr.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Parenteral Acute symptoms of alcohol withdrawal

Adult: 10-20 mg IM/IV if symptoms are severe and if delirium tremens has developed.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Rectal Short-term treatment of anxiety disorders

Adult: As rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg, repeated after 12 hr if necessary. As suppository: 10-30 mg.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Rectal Anaesthetic premedication

Adult: As a rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Rectal Adjunct in the management of seizures

Adult: As rectal gel: 200-500 mcg/kg, repeated after 4-12 hr if necessary.

Child: >2 yr: As rectal gel: 200-500 mcg/kg, repeated after 4-12 hr if necessary.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid. Rectal muscle spasm associated with tetanus

Adult: As rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg repeated every 12 hr if necessary.

Child: >10 kg: As rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg repeated every 12 hr if necessary.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Hepatic impairment: Mild to moderate: dosage adjustment may be needed; severe: avoid.

Calmipam (Yung Shin) helps to relieve anxiety, especially if it is accompanied by problems sleeping (a condition also known as insomnia). Calmipam (Yung Shin) also helps to relieve the symptoms caused by acute alcohol withdrawal, such as trembling or confusion. It is also used to treat other medical conditions, such as panic attacks, muscle spasms and certain types of epilepsy (also known as fits or seizures). In treating epilepsy, Calmipam (Yung Shin) is usually used together with other epilepsy medicines.

Calmipam (H.C.) helps to relieve anxiety, especially if it is accompanied by problems sleeping (a condition also known as insomnia). Calmipam (H.C.) also helps to relieve the symptoms caused by acute alcohol withdrawal, such as trembling or confusion. It is also used to treat other medical conditions, such as panic attacks, muscle spasms and certain types of epilepsy (also known as fits or seizures). In treating epilepsy, Calmipam (H.C.) is usually used together with other epilepsy medicines.

Calmipam (Kingdom) helps to relieve anxiety, especially if it is accompanied by problems sleeping (a condition also known as insomnia). Calmipam (Kingdom) also helps to relieve the symptoms caused by acute alcohol withdrawal, such as trembling or confusion. It is also used to treat other medical conditions, such as panic attacks, muscle spasms and certain types of epilepsy (also known as fits or seizures). In treating epilepsy, Calmipam (Kingdom) is usually used together with other epilepsy medicines.

Calmipam (C.I.) helps to relieve anxiety, especially if it is accompanied by problems sleeping (a condition also known as insomnia). Calmipam (C.I.) also helps to relieve the symptoms caused by acute alcohol withdrawal, such as trembling or confusion. It is also used to treat other medical conditions, such as panic attacks, muscle spasms and certain types of epilepsy (also known as fits or seizures). In treating epilepsy, Calmipam (C.I.) is usually used together with other epilepsy medicines.

Oral Severe anxiety

Adult: 2 mg tid. Max: 30 mg daily.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Insomnia associated with anxiety

Adult: 5-15 mg at bedtime.

Child: and adolescents (12-18 yr): 1-5 mg at bedtime to control night terrors and sleepwalking.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Premedication before anaesthesia

Adult: 5-20 mg given before general anaesthesia.

Child: 1 mth-18 yr: 200-300 mcg/kg, may be given 45-60 min beforehand. Max: 10 mg (up to 12 yr); 20 mg (up to 18 yr).

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Adjunct in seizures

Adult: 2-60 mg daily in divided doses.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Muscle spasms

Adult: 2-15 mg daily in divided doses, may increase up to 60 mg daily in severe spastic disorders e.g. cerebral palsy.

Child: 1-12 mth: 250 mcg/kg; 1-5 yr: 2.5 mg; 5-12 year: 5 mg; 12-18 yr: 10 mg (max: 40 mg/day). Dose can be given twice daily.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Oral Alcohol withdrawal syndrome

Adult: 5-20 mg repeated after 2-4 hr if necessary. Alternatively, 10 mg 3-4 times daily on the 1st day, reducing to 5 mg 3-4 times daily as required.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Parenteral Muscle spasms

Adult: 10 mg IM/IV repeated if necessary after 4 hr. Higher doses may be used in tetanus: 100-300 mcg/kg every 1-4 hr via IV inj; alternatively 3-10 mg/kg may be given over 24 hr by continuous IV infusion or by nasoduodenal tube using a suitable liquid oral dosage form.

Child: ≥1 mth: Higher doses may be used in tetanus: 100-300 mcg/kg every 1-4 hr via IV inj; alternatively 3-10 mg/kg may be given over 24 hr by continuous IV infusion or by nasoduodenal tube using a suitable liquid oral dosage form.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Intravenous Premedication before anaesthesia

Adult: Usual dose: 100-200 mcg/kg.

Child: >1 mth: 100-200 mcg/kg. Max: 1 mth-12 yr: 5 mg/day; 12-18 yr: 20 mg/day.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Parenteral Alcohol withdrawal syndrome

Adult: 10-20 mg IM/IV if symptoms are severe and if delirium tremens has developed.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Parenteral Severe anxiety

Adult: Up to 10 mg may be used, repeat if needed after 4 hr. Dose can be given via IM or IV inj. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Intravenous Sedation in minor surgical and medical procedures

Adult: 10-20 mg given via IV inj over 2-4 min.

Child: ≥1 mth: 100-200 mcg/kg via IV inj over 2-4 min, to be given immediately before the procedure. Max: 5 mg (up to 12 yr); 20 mg (up to 18 yr). Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Intravenous Adjunct in seizures

Adult: 10-20 mg at a rate of 5 mg/min, repeat if needed after 30-60 min. Once the seizures have been controlled, up to 3 mg/kg may be given via slow IV infusion over 24 hr to prevent recurrence.

Child: 1 mth-12 yr: 300-400 mcg/kg over 3-5 min, repeat after 10 min if needed. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Rectal Severe anxiety

Adult: As rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg, repeated after 12 hr if necessary. As suppository: 10-30 mg.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Rectal Premedication before anaesthesia

Adult: As a rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg.

Child: As a rectal solution: Dose is based on age. 1-3 yr: 5 mg; 3-12 yr: 5-10 mg; 12-18 yr: 10 mg.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Rectal Adjunct in seizures

Adult: As rectal gel: 200-500 mcg/kg, repeated after 4-12 hr if necessary. Rectal solution may be appropriate for febrile convulsions, status epilepticus and convulsions due to poisoning ; suppositories are not suitable due to slow absorption. Typical dose for rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg, repeated every 12 hr if needed; use other anticonvulsive measures is recommended if convulsions are not controlled by the 1st dose.

Child: >2 yr: As rectal gel: 200-500 mcg/kg, repeated after 4-12 hr if necessary. Rectal solution may be appropriate for febrile convulsions, status epilepticus and convulsions due to poisoning; suppositories are not suitable due to slow absorption. Typical rectal solution dose for children >10 kg: 500 mcg/kg, repeated every 12 hr if needed; recommended to use other anticonvulsive measures if convulsions are not controlled by the 1st dose.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Rectal Muscle spasms

Adult: As a rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg, repeat every 12 hr if needed.

Child: >10 kg: As a rectal solution: 500 mcg/kg, repeat every 12 hr if needed.

Elderly: Dose reduction may be required. Renal impairment: Dosage adjustments may be needed. Special Populations: Max dose for elderly and debilitated patients is ½ the adult dose. Reduce dose in patients with liver or kidney dysfunction. Reconstitution: Do not mix IV product with other medications. Incompatibility: Y-site incompatibility: Dexmedetomidine, diltiazem, fluconazole, foscarnet, gatifloxacin, heparin, heparin with hydrocortisone sodium succinate, hetastarch, hydromorphone, potassium chloride, propofol, vecuronium, vitamin B complex with C, amphotericin B cholesteryl sulfate complex, atracurium, cefepime, linezolid, meropenem, pancuronium. Syringe incompatibility: Hydromorphone, nalbuphine, sufentanil, doxapram, glycopyrrolate, heparin. Admixture incompatibility: Furosemide, floxacillin, dobutamine, bleomycin, buprenorphine, doxorubicin, fluorouracil.

Indications:

Adult: PO Severe anxiety 2 mg 3 times/day. Max: 30 mg/day. Insomnia 5-15 mg/day at bedtime. Anesth premed 5-20 mg before general anesth. Adjunct in management of seizures 2-60 mg/day in divided doses. Muscle spasms 2-15 mg/day in divided doses, up to 60 mg/day in severe spastic disorders. Alcohol w/drawal syndrome 5-20 mg, repeat 2-4 hr later if needed. IV Anesth premed 100-200 mcg/kg. Sedation in minor surgical and medical procedures 10-20 mg. Adjunct in the management of seizures 10-20 mg, repeat if needed after 30-60 min. IV/IM Muscle spasms 10 mg, repeat 4 hr later if needed. Alcohol w/drawal syndrome 10-20 mg. Severe anxiety Up to 10 mg, repeat if needed after 4 hr. Rectal Severe anxiety As rectal soln: 500 mcg/kg, repeat 12 hr later if needed. As supp: 10-30 mg. Anesth premed As rectal soln: 500 mcg/kg. Adjunct in the management of seizures As rectal gel: 200-500 mcg/kg, repeat 4-12 hr later if needed. Muscle spasms As rectal soln: 500 mcg/kg, repeat 12 hrly if needed.

Indications: Anxiety, tension, muscle spasm, psychosomatic and behaviour disorders, dysmenorrhoea, cerebral palsy, upper motor neuron spasticity.

Sedative for surgical procedures, labour, tetanus, eclampsia.

Active ingredients: Diazepam
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