Diazepam and methocarbamol are also used by injection for relief of tetanus.
Diazepam (Valium) can be injected. But after intramuscular injection, you have an erratic absorption of the drug. So it is better given orally than intramuscularly. It should be given intravenously. But then it is given very slowly in antecubital vein and NOT in peripheral vein. You look to the face of the patient. When he closes his eyes, you stop. Otherwise the patient will stop his respiration and he can die eventually. When patient is having convulsions, it is difficult to give diazepam, intravenously. In this situation, you can give intra-rectal diazepam. Absorption of the intra-rectal diazepam should be given as cautiously as intravenous diazepam. Because absorption of intrarectal diazepam is as fast and as predictable as intravenous diazepam.
diazepam ( croatian: apaurin,normabel..)
Half life of diazepam is about 36 hours. At after 96 hours, you will still have the proportion of diazepam. It will be as if you have taken one tablet of diazepam at the end of 72 hours.
Diazepam, can be detected in the blood from 6 to 48 hours.
No, Diazepam will not show for THC in a urine test.
Diazepam may be addictive, and is a controlled substance under federal law.
The word is the same; but NB it can need a prescription! 'Diazepam, por favor' (pronounced: 'dee-ATHaypam, por fahVOR') = 'Diazepam, please'.
Can a Florida Dr. prescribe more then one month of Diazepam?
Alcohol will increase the central nervous system depressant effects of diazepam. You will become overly sedated. A small amount of diazepam and alcohol probably wont kill you, let's say 1 glass of beer and 5 mg of diazepam. But drinking alcohol and diazepam is not a wise thing to do and can be dangerous.
no...darvocet is a weak opiate....very weak. Diazepam is a benzodiazepine...a weak one as well.
No, diazepam will show up as a benzodiazepine on a urine drug test.