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Daypress - see Imipramine.

Dalmane - see Flurazepam.

Deprax - see Trazodone.

Deproxin - see Fluoxetine.

Depsol - see Imipramine.

Depsonil - see Imipramine.

Deptran - see Doxepin.

Deroxat - see Paroxetine.

Desconet - see Diazepam.

Desipramine - a TCA medication. Usual starting dosage 10 to 25 mg one to three times a day, and usual therapeutic dosage 100 to 200 mg. Brand names include Norpramin, Pertofran.

Desirel - see Trazodone.

Desloneg - see Diazepam.

Desyrel - see Trazodone.

Diaceplex - see Diazepam.

Dialag - see Diazepam.

Dialar - see Diazepam.

Diapam - see Diazepam.

Diapax - see Diazepam.

Diapine - see Diazepam.

Diaquel - see Diazepam.

Diatran - see Diazepam.

Diazebrum - see Chlordiazepoxide.

Diazemuls - see Diazepam.

Diazepam - an older BDZ medication, still sometimes used in the treatment of anxiety and panic disorders. Adult dosages range from 15 to 60 mg per day. Brand names include Alboral, Aliseum, Alupram, Amiprol, Anlin, Ansiolin, Antenex, Anxicalm, Anxionil, Apo-diazepam, Apozepam, Armonil, Arzepam, Assival, Atensine, Azedipamin, Baogin, Benzopin, Best, Betapam, Britazepam, Calmpose, Calmod, Caudel, Centrazepam, Chuansuan, Consilium, D-Val, Desconet, Desloneg, Di-Tran, Diaceplex, Dialag, Dialar, Diapam, Diapax, Diapine, Diaquel, Diatran, Diazemuls, Diazepam, Diazepan, Diazepin, Dipaz, Dipezona, Disopam, Dizam, Doval, D-Pam, Drenian, Ducene, Dupin, Eridan, Elcion CR, Euphorin, Euphorin P, Evacalm, Gewacalm, Gradual, Gubex, Horizon, Jinpanfan, Kratium, Lamra, Lembrol, Lovium, Mandro, Mandro-Zep, Melode, Mentalium, Meval, Nellium, Nerozen, Neurosedin, Nivalen, Nixtensyn, Noan, Notense, Novazam, Novodipam, Ortopsique, Paceum, Pacitran, Paralium, Parzam, Pax, Paxate, Paxum, Pharmadine, Placidox, Plidan, Pomin, Propam, Prozepam, Psychopax, Q-Pam, Radizepam, Relanium, Reliver, Rival, Ro-Azepam, Saromet, Scriptopam, Seduxen, Servizepam, Simasedan, Sipam, Solis, Sonacon, Stesolid, T-Quil, Tensium, Tranquil, Tranquirit, Trazepam, Valaxona, Valinter, Valitran, Valium, Valrelease, Valuzepam, Vanconin, Vatran, Vazen, Vivol, Winii, X-O'Spaz, Zepaxid, Zetran.

Diazepan - see Diazepam.

Diazepina - see Chlordiazepoxide.

Diazepin - see Diazepam.

Dipaz - see Diazepam.

Dipezona - see Diazepam.

Dipoxido - see Chlordiazepoxide.

Disarim - see Chlordiazepoxide.

Disopam - see Diazepam.

Di-Tran - see Diazepam.

Dizam - see Diazepam.

Domical - see Amitryptiline.

Doneurin - see Doxepin.

Dothiepin - a TCA medication. Brand names include Prothiaden.

Doval - see Diazepam.

Doxal - see Doxepin.

Doxecan - see Doxepin.

Doxepin - a TCA medication. Usual starting dosage 10 to 25 mg, and usual therapeutic dosage 75 to 200 mg. Brand names include Adapin, Alopam, Anten, Aponal, Deptran, Doneurin, Doxal, Doxecan, Doxetar, Doxin, Gilex, Mareen, Quitaxon, Sinequan, Sinquan, Sinquane, Spectra, Triadapin, Xepin, Zonalon.

Doxetar - see Doxepin.

Doxin - see Doxepin.

D-Pam - see Diazepam.

Drenian - see Diazepam.

Ducene - see Diazepam.

Duloxetine - an SNRI medication. Brand names include Cymbalta.

Dumirox - see Fluvoxamine.

Dumozolam - see Triazolam.

Dumyrox - see Fluvoxamine.

Dupin - see Diazepam.

Duralozam - see Lorazepam.

D-Val - see Diazepam.

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