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Statistics reveal that 54 per cent of drug possession crimes involved herbal cannabis or cannabis resin, with 10 per cent for cocaine, nine per cent for heroin and six per cent each for diazepam and etizolam.
"He now uses illicit drugs three times per week and on occasions will take whatever is given to him, which on this occasion was Diazepam and didn't agree with him.
He said that the company, which produced a brand of Diazepam, named DIZAPAM, was doing so without a licence and in an unauthorised environment within a residential area.
The injectable anesthetic agents that are easily available in Pakistan are xylazine, ketamine and diazepam, which are commonly used as sedative and analgesic agents for avian species.
Overall there was a significant change in the Heart Rate in both groups, however the change was significantly higher in Diazepam (Group II) group as compared to Clonidine (Group I).
The diazepam was a tablet inserted vaginally daily before bed.
Urine tests on the defendants proved positive for morphine and diazepam and they were sentenced on March 29 this year to a six-month jail term and a BD500 bail each.
"He's terrified of flying and diazepam alone didn't do anything for him on the flight out, so he drank alcohol as well for the return flight.
Diazepam (DZP) (7-chloro-1,3-dihydro-1-methyl-5-phenyl-2H-1,4-benzodiapin-2-one) belongs to the group of 1,4-benzodiazepines.
M2 PHARMA-November 8, 2017-Neurelis Inc announces patent allowance in Japan for NRL-1 intranasal diazepam formulation for epilepsy patients