zolpidem

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zol·pi·dem

 (zōl′pə-dĕm′)
n.
A non-benzodiazepine sleep-inducing drug, C19H21N3O, used in its tartrate form to treat insomnia.

[(a)zol(e) + p(yrim)id(ine) + alteration of am(ide).]

zolpidem

(ˈzɒlpɪˌdɛm)
n
a drug used to treat insomnia
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zolpidem

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Blast-exposure status, Marine Corps service, an infantry MOS, PTSD diagnosis, unprotected noise exposure, TCS use, hyperacusis/noise sensitivity, and zolpidem (eg, Edluar, Zolpimist, Intermezzo, Ambien) use were each significantly associated with tinnitus in the bivariate analysis.
In 2005, 6,000 emergency-room cases nationwide involved Ambien and other medications containing the hypnotic drug zolpidem--such as Ambien CR, Edluar and Zolpimist.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA), FDA Drug Safety Communication: Risk of next-morning impairment after use of insomnia drugs; FDA requires lower recommended doses for certain drugs containing zolpidem (Ambien, Ambien C R, Edluar, and Zolpimist), Rockville, MD: FDA, 2013.
A Zolpidem (generic), sold also under brand names Ambien, Ambien CR (extended release), Edluar (sublingual, which means under the tongue), and Zolpimist (oral spray), has been found to cause next-morning impairment for activities that require patients to be alert, including driving.
Food and Drug Administration announced new, lower dosing requirements for certain sleep drugs that contain zolpidem, including Ambien, Ambien CR, Edluar, and ZolpilAist.
Food and Drug Administration has announced new, lower dosing requirements for certain sleep drugs that contain zolpidem, including Ambien, Ambien CR, Edluar, and ZolpiMist.
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25 July 2011 - Swedish pharmaceutical company Orexo AB (STO: ORX) said today its insomnia drug Sublinox, known as Edluar in the USA, had been granted marketing approval in Canada.
Zolpidem is a generic drug that is marketed under a number of different brand names, including Ambien, Zolpimist, Edluar, Hypogen, Somidem and Ivedal.
A handful of products have received new product approvals in Europe, such as Zyclara, Astepro, Onsolis and Edluar.