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Re: ativan taken sublingually effective? terra miller

Posted by SalArmy4me on May 11, 2001, at 23:27:17

In reply to ativan taken sublingually effective?, posted by terra miller on May 11, 2001, at 23:16:44

The study below discusses sublingual lorazepam in the treatment of sudden seizures; so the sublingual route of lorazepam administration is being used because it is faster than the straight gastrointestinal route: Holmes, Gregory L. Buccal route for benzodiazepines in treatment of seizures? Lancet. 353(9153):608-609, February 20, 1999.

> i read somewhere here that an ativan (1mg) taken sublingually (under the tongue) is quicker acting than if you just down it with a glass of water. is this true? since ativan, for moi, can take 60-90 mins. to kick in at times i find this very interesting. thanks for any info. terra




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