Diazepam

What is Diazepam?

Diazepam CS-CIV is available by prescription only, and are used to manage anxiety disorders. Diazepam CS-CIV may also be used to provide short-term relief of the various symptoms of anxiety, but are not required for the anxiety ...

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What diseases and conditions are treated by Diazepam?

Some conditions and diseases that may be treated by Diazepam include:

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Diseases and Conditions Prevented: Diazepam

Diazepam may be indicated for the prevention (prophylaxis) of these diseases or conditions:

  • Short-term use
  • Not test for long-term use
  • < 4 months
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What are the active ingredients of Diazepam?

The active ingredients in Diazepam include:

  • Diazepam

What class of drug is Diazepam?

Diazepam belongs to the class of drugs:

  • Benzodiazepine

Drugs with this Active Ingredient

The drugs that contain this as an active ingredient include:

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Available Forms

The available forms from suppliers in the USA include:

  • Tablets
  • Injections
  • Solutions
  • Gel

Tablets

Tablet forms from suppliers in the USA:

Solutions

Solution forms from suppliers in the USA:

Injections

Injection forms from suppliers in the USA:

Forms

This product comes in different forms from different suppliers in the USA:

Diazepam Information Guide

Generic Name of Diazepam:
Diazepam
Availability of Diazepam:
Prescription Drug

Diazepam is a prescription drug that belongs to the pharmacologic class of Benzodiazepine.

Related Disease Topics

Disease articles related to Diazepam include:

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How is the dosage of Diazepam calculated?

Only a health professional is qualified to work out the dosage of Diazepam. The dosage needs to be determined depending on a variety of factors including:

  • Calculating Prescribed Dose
  • Additional Dose
  • Treatment Frequency
  • Pharmacist Instructions
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Drugs may have a number of warnings associated with their use. What are the warnings regarding the use of Diazepam?

Some of the warnings are below. Any use of Diazepam needs to heed warnings surrounding the following:

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What precautions need to be taken when considering the use of Diazepam?

Some of the precautions need to be noted when considering Diazepam for use in particular situations such as the following:

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Would taking Diazepam interfere with other drugs or medications I may be taking?

Some of the interactions are listed below. Diazepam may interact with the following so this needs to be taken into consideration when considering the use of this drug:

  • Centrally Acting Agents
  • Alcohol
  • Antacids
  • Compounds Which Inhibit Certain Hepatic Enzymes
  • Phenytoin
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What are the possible side-effects (adverse effects or unintended effects) of taking Diazepam?

Some of the possible side-effects or adverse reactions may include effects such as:

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What are the inactive ingredients in Diazepam?

The inactive ingredients contained in Diazepam are:

  • Silicon Dioxide
  • Magnesium stearate
  • Cellulose, microcrystalline
  • Starch, corn
  • Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
  • FD&C blue no. 1
  • D&C yellow no. 10

Product Formulation Information: Diazepam

Company that labels Diazepam:
Roxane Laboratories, Inc
Strength of Diazepam:
5 mg/5mL
Form of Diazepam:
Solution
How is Diazepam taken?
Oral (by mouth)
Date that Diazepam is effective:
3rd April, 1987

Formulations

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