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A powerful sedative drug, C16H12FN3O3, that is illegal in the United States but is used elsewhere as a hypnotic and in anesthesia. It is popularly known as a "date rape" drug because it can cause semiconsciousness and memory blackouts and has been used in committing sexual assault.

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(Pharmacology) a drug similar to diazepam, used in treating long-term insomnia
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By contrast, the prevalence of drivers taking benzodiazepines decreased over the same time period studied; although diazepam remained highly prevalent, clonazepam seems to have replaced flunitrazepam, after the latter hypnotic became more difficult to obtain legally [94].
She said abused drugs include cough cough syrups with codeine, diazepam, Rohypnol sedative (flunitrazepam) and morphine.
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Drugs with medical uses which will have limits based on impairment are clonazepam, diazepam, flunitrazepam, lorazepam, methadone, morphine, oxazepam and temazepam.
At the time of examination he was on a course of maprotiline hydrochloride 75 mg/d, sodium valproate 600 mg/d sustained release tablets, flunitrazepam 1 mg/d, and lorazepam 2 mg/d, prescribed by a psychiatry department of another hospital.
Cappielo, "Liquid chromatography-electron ionization tandem mass spectrometry with the Direct-EI interface in the fast determination of diazepam and flunitrazepam in alcoholic beverages," Electrophoresis, vol.
The main prescribed sedatives and hypnotics were zolpidem (9.55%), midazolam (6.99%), and flunitrazepam (2.14%) (Table 1).
Her medications at the time of admission were duloxetine, aripiprazole, lorazepam, brotizolam, and flunitrazepam. She denied overdose of these medications or illicit drugs.
Intravenous anesthesia (midazolam or flunitrazepam or diazepam) was used for all patients during ERCP.
([section]) Substances consistently reported to the surveillance system during study period: alprazolam, amphetamine, buprenorphine, cannabinoids, carisoprodol/ meprobamate, chlordiazepoxide, clonazepam, cocaine, codeine, diazepam, estazolam, ethanol, fentanyl, flunitrazepam, flurazepam, y-hydroxybutryric acid, helium, heroin, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, ketamine, lorazepam, meperidine, methadone, methamphetamine, midazolam, morphine, nitrous oxide, nordiazepam, oxazepam, oxycodone, oxymorphone, phencyclidine, temazepam, tramadol, triazolam, and zolpidem.