GENERIC NAME: CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE - INJECTION (klor-dye-azz-eh-POX-ide)
BRAND NAME(S): Librium
HOW TO USE: This medication is given by injection into a vein (IV) or muscle (IM) by a health care professional. The solution should be prepared just before using. Discard any unused solution. For IM use, prepare the solution only with the special liquid provided. For intravenous use, prepare the solution with saline or sterile water. Use this medication exactly as directed. Do not increase the dose or use it more often or continue using this for longer than prescribed.
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