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Flunitrazepam is a benzodiazepine drug that is used as a sedative and hypnotic. It is also known as Rohypnol, and is sometimes referred to as a “date rape” drug due to its ability to cause memory loss and disorientation.
Common side effects of flunitrazepam include drowsiness, confusion, impaired coordination, impaired judgment, and amnesia. It can also cause respiratory depression, low blood pressure, and slowed heart rate.
Brand names associated with flunitrazepam include Rohypnol, Flunipam, Flunipamil, Flunipamil-D, Flunipamil-R, Flunipamil-XR, Flunipamil-XL, Flunipamil-XR-XL, Flunipamil-XR-XL-D, and Flunipamil-XR-XL-R.
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