Our Zaleplon Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Zaleplon Zaleplon: Brand name: Sonata. A sedative hypnotic drug in a class closely related the benzodiazepines, affecting the central nervous system, used as a sleep drug. For more information, see: zaleplon.
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(zal´ә-plon) a nonbenzodiazepine sedative and hypnotic used in the short-term treatment of insomnia; administered orally.
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Sonata (US) is manufactured by King Pharm. of Bristol, TN; Starnoc has been discontinued in Canada. It`s usually prescribed privately (rarely) in the United Kingdom; with Zopiclone being the preferred Z-Drug by the NHS. ==Mechanism== Zaleplon and Zolpidem both are agonists at the GABA A ɣ 1 subunit. It is also available as a white capsule tablet.
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A hypnotic sedative, closely related to benzodiazepines, which affects the central nervous system.
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