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Climazolam (Ro21-3982) was introduced under licence as a veterinary medicine by the Swiss Pharmaceutical company Gräub under the tradename Climasol. Climazolam is a benzodiazepine, specifically an imidazobenzodiazepine derivative developed by Hoffman-LaRoche. It is similar in structure to midazolam and diclazepam and is used in veterinary medicine for anesthetizing animals.
- US 4280957 - Imidazodiazepines and processes therefor
- Ganter M, Kanngiesser M (Aug 1991). "Effect of ketamine and its combinations with xylazine and climazolam on the circulation and respiration in swine". Zentralbl Veterinarmed A (in German). 38 (7): 501–509. PMID 1950241.
- Bettschart-Wolfensberger R, Taylor PM, Sear JW, Bloomfield MR, Rentsch K, Dawling S (Oct 1996). "Physiologic effects of anesthesia induced and maintained by intravenous administration of a climazolam-ketamine combination in ponies premedicated with acepromazine and xylazine". American Journal of Veterinary Research. 57 (10): 1472–1477. PMID 8896687.
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