What is The primary use for flumazenil is?
To reverse benzodiazepine (Valium, Xanax etc) overdose.
Flumazenil reverses the effects of benzodiazepine (BENZ-oh-dye-AYZ-e-peen) sedatives such as Valium, Versed, Xanax, Tranxene, and others. Benzodiazepines are sometimes used as sedatives before surgery or other medical procedures. Flumazenil is used to reverse benzodiazepine sedation to help you wake up after your medical procedure. Flumazenil is also used to treat benzodiazepine overdose in adults.
How might the use of an artifact as a primary source compare with the use of a written primary source?
The use of an artifact as a primary source is different than the use of a written primary source because when you exacavate for an artifact, you may have to make guesses. However, with a written primary source, you don't need to guess as the writing inside will have the answers to your questions or guesses.
Romazicon/Roche (Flumazenil) is a specific benzodiazepine receptor antagonist indicated for the reversal of the CNS depressant effects of the benzodiazepines. It is contraindicated where multiple agents (ie: tricyclic antidepressants) have also been used concomitantly. Given that Flumazenil is a benzodiazepine receptor antagonist, it must be borne in mind that seizures may be invoked in individuals whom are physically dependent on benzodiazepines, and hence, it should not be used in this scenario unless absolutely warranted.
it is a primary source, even a translation of it is a primary source, but that would not mean that any introduction or anything else written afterwards is a primary source. But you have to be specific of what it is a primary source of, you cannot use it as a source of anything not directly experienced by the author, you can use it to describe things believed at the time, but this does not…