What are the pros and cons for using Rectal Diazepam?

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16 Aug 2009

Pros:
quick acting, non oral product for use when patients need immediate treatment and cannot swallow - it is used in patients having seizures.

Cons:
If you need it you need it. It's not something you usually have a lot of control over.

You will find more information at http://www.drugs.com/pro/diastat.html

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