Flumazenil

What is Flumazenil?

A benzodiazepine with antagonist properties at the benzodiazepine recognition site of the benzodiazepine-GABA-chloride channel complex. Used as a treatment for overdose with benzodiazepine-type central nervous system depressants, or for controlled reversal of anesthesia induced by such agents.

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Can flumazenil be administered at home?

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Brief Answer:
No it can not be

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Flumazenil is meant for only emergency purpose and can not...

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What drug is used to detox off ambien

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Brief Answer:
Flumazenil can reverse its effects.

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1) Encourage oral fluids intake including lime or cranberry juice....

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Overdose Zolpidem tartrate taken at 1230am taken again by mistake at 743am

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Intranasal or intravenous flumazenil will be helpful.

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