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Sodium Oxybate

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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Sodium oxybate is a central nervous system downer. Sodium oxybate may also be used for objectives not listed in this medicine guide. Sodium oxybate can reduce or stop your breathing, even at regular dosages or if you are taking energizer medicines. If you need to use any of these other medications, your doctor may need to change your treatment plan. Sodium oxybate might be addictive. Place the second dosage next to your bed so you can take it without standing up. Each dosage of sodium oxybate need to be mixed with 2 ounces of water in the child-resistant dosing cups offered with the medicine. The chemical name for sodium oxybate is sodium 4-hydroxybutyrate. The molecular formula is C4H7NaO3, and the molecular weight is 126. 09 g/mole. The chemical structure is: Sodium oxybate is a white to off-white, crystalline powder that is very soluble in aqueous solutions. Each mL of Xyrem has 0. 5 g of sodium oxybate in USP Purified Water, counteracted to pH 7. 5 with malic acid. Narcolepsy is uncontrollable need for rest or an abrupt attack of deep rest. This medication is readily available only under a limited circulation program called Xyrem REMS Program. You can only get it from one central pharmacy.

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