oxazepam

[ ok-saz-uh-pam ]
/ ɒkˈsæz əˌpæm /

noun Pharmacology.

a benzodiazepine, C15H11ClN2O2, used in the management of anxiety, insomnia, and alcohol withdrawal.

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Origin of oxazepam

1960–65; (hydr)ox(y) + (benzodi)azep(in), components of its chemical name + am(ide)
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Medical definitions for oxazepam

oxazepam
[ ŏk-săzə-păm′ ]

n.

A tranquilizing drug related to benzodiazepine and used especially in the treatment of insomnia and alcohol withdrawal.
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