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Clonazepam

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Most Commonly Used

Clonazepam 1mg Tab
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc
Pill Identification: 93 833,TEVA  |  833
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Clonazepam 0.5mg Tab
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc
Pill Identification: 93 832,TEVA  |  832
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Clonazepam 2mg Tab
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA Inc
Pill Identification: 93 834,TEVA  |  834
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Clonazepam 1mg ODT
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Clonazepam 0.25mg ODT
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Overview Information on Clonazepam

Pharmacist Tip
Make sure your hands are dry before you take clonazepam if you take the dissolving tablet form.     
Clonazepam is an antianxiety medicine used to prevent and control epileptic seizures and treat panic attacks. Clonazepam comes as the brand name Klonopin®. It comes in tablet and dissolving tablet forms.

It is not completely understood how clonazepam works, but it is thought that clonazepam changes the way certain chemicals work in your brain, which slows down nerve activity. Your doctor will tell you how much clonazepam to take and how often to take it. Your doctor may change your dosage several times to find the one that works best for you.



Clinical Review by Jodi Grimm, RPh and Ann Ciemnoczolowski, MS, ELS on May 15, 2013
Clonazepam is an antianxiety medicine used to prevent and control epileptic seizures and treat panic attacks. Clonazepam comes as the brand name Klonopin®. It comes in tablet and dissolving tablet forms.

It is not completely understood how clonazepam works, but it is thought that clonazepam changes the way certain chemicals work in your brain, which slows down nerve activity. Your doctor will tell you how much clonazepam to take and how often to take it. Your doctor may change your dosage several times to find the one that works best for you.



Clinical Review by Jodi Grimm, RPh and Ann Ciemnoczolowski, MS, ELS on May 15, 2013