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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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The Phase 3 study SUNRISE 1 achieved its primary and key secondary objectives versus placebo and versus an active comparator, zolpidem tartrate extended release (zolpidem ER) in patients 55 years and older with difficulty staying asleep through the night.
Including First-Ever Phase 3 Head-To-Head Superiority Comparison Versus Zolpidem Er in Patients With Sleep Disorder
He tested positive for painkillers hydrocodone and hydromorphone, anxiety drug alprazolam, sleep pill zolpidem and tetrahydrocannabinol - or THC the chemical in cannabis that gives a euphoric high.
The review looked at a range of benzodiazepines (which previous studies have associated with a greater risk for fracture), including diazepam, lorazepam, and temazepam, as well as non-benzodiazepine drugs that are considered safer than benzodiazepines (like Zolpidem, zaleplon, and zopiclone, which are often referred to as "Z-drugs").
After searching his unit at The Columns and his Mitsubishi Pajero, authorities also confiscated cocaine, Nitrazepam, Zolpidem and Diazepam.
R, age 28, an Iraq and Afghanistan veteran with major depressive disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), is awoken by his wife to check on their daughter approximately 30 minutes after he takes his nightly regimen of Zolpidem, 10 mg, melatonin, 6 mg, and hydroxyzine, 20 mg.
Crucial secondary endpoints were also met, including improvements in WASO (Wake After Sleep Onset) in the second half of the night, compared with zolpidem.
In recent years, literature has shown that zolpidem dependence is not uncommon in the clinical practice, but there is no standard guideline for treatment of zolpidem dependence.
The editor has organized the contributions that make up the main body of the text in three alphabetical volumes devoted to abarelix, barium enema, cancer biology, dacarbazine, endocrine system tumors, xerostomia, zolpidem, and a wide variety of other related subjects in between.
To the Editor: Recently the magical effect of zolpidem in bringing people in a vegetative state back to life was proclaimed in the general media.
Zolpidem (trade names include Ambien[R], Edluar[R], Intermezzo[R], and Zolpimist[R]) was one of several agents that were mentioned in multiple case reports.
000 habitantes y cuyos costos superan los 3,45 millones de dolares, tambien se emplean las benzodiazepinas y algunos nuevos hipnoticos como zolpidem, zopiclona y zaleplon (medicamentos Z).