clonazepam

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clo·naz·e·pam

 (klō-năz′ə-păm′)
n.
A benzodiazepine drug, C15H10ClN3O3, used to control epileptic seizures and to treat panic disorder.

[c(h)lo(ro)- + (phe)n(yl) + (di)azepam.]

clonazepam

(kləʊˈnæzɪˌpæm)
n
(Medicine) a medication used to treat conditions that involve seizures
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