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  • Clonazepam
    2 Drugs classified under this active ingredient

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    Benzodiazepine. Clonazepam 0.5 mg, 2 mg.
    TABS: 30 x 0.5 mg, 2 mg. Initial: 0.25 mg
    2 x dly. Incr. to 1 mg dly aft. 3 days.
    Some pts. may benefit to max. 4 mg
    dly. Not for pts. under 18 yrs. See lit.
    Typical or atypical petit mal, Lenox
    Gastaut syndr. (Petit mal variant),
    generalized prim. or second. tonic-clonic
    seizures incl. grand mal and focal
    seizures, panic disord. with/without
    C/I: Sens. to benzodiazepines, liver dis.,
    acute narrow angle glaucoma, 1st.
    trimest. pregn.

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    Benzodiazepine. Clonazepam 2.5 mg/ml.
    ORAL DROPS: 10 ml.
    Inf. /Child.:Init.dose up to 10 yrs. (or up
    to 30 kg) 0.01-0.03 mg/kg daily given
    in 2-3 divid. doses. The dose should be
    incr. by no more than 0.25-0.5 mg
    every 3rd day until either a dly.
    mainten. dose of approx. 0.1 mg/kg of
    bdy-wt. dly. has been reached or
    seizures are controlled or side effect.
    preclude further increase. Dly. max.
    dose in child. is 0.2 mg/kg of bd-wgt
    and shouldn’t be exceed.
    Child.10-16 yrs.: init.dose is 1-1.5 mg/
    day given in 2-3 divid. doses. May be
    incr. by 0.25-0.5 mg every 3rd day until
    the individ. mainten.dose (usually 3-6
    mg/day) is reached. Adult.: init. dose shouldn’t exceed 1.5 mg/day divid.
    into 3 doses. May be incr. in
    increments of 0.5 mg every 3 days
    until either seizures are adequately.
    controlled or side effects preclude any
    further incr.The mainten. dose must be
    individual. for each pt. depend. upon
    response. Usually a mainten. dose of
    3-6 mg per day is sufficient. Max.
    therap. dose for adults is 20 mg dly.
    shouldn’t be exceed.
    Epilepsy, panic disorder.
    C/I: Hypersens. to benzodiazepines,
    severe resp. insuff. ,severe. hepat. insuff,
    acute narrow angle glaucoma.