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Benzodiazepine(BZO) Test Card
Benzodiazepine(BZO ) Test Card

Benzodiazepine(BZO) Test Card

SKU: DBZ-114

The Benzodiazepine (BZO) drug test strip is a one step test designed to detect Benzodiazepines and their metabolites in the urine specimen. The BZO drug test detects Oxazepam (major metabolite) and other metabolites of Benzodiazepine in urine at a cut-off concentration of 300 ng/ml.

Benzodiazepine Drug Test – Features

  • Approved by FDA
  • Meets SAMHSA cut-off standards
  • Saves time by showing up results quickly
  • Accurate results – No need to go for expensive laboratory tests
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This test card provides only a preliminary analytical test result. Clinical consideration and professional judgment should be applied to any drug of abuse test result, particularly when preliminary positive results are used.

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What is Benzodiazepine?

  • It is often called by its nickname-” Benzo” and or abbreviated form-”BZD”. It is a psychoactive drug who’s main chemical structure comprises benzere and diazepine rings.
  • It increases the effect of the neurotransmitter gamma-amino butyric acid on the central nervous system and the spinal cord. This can result in properties such as sedation, hypnotic, muscle relaxant, anticonvulsant, and anxiolytic.
  • The first BZD was synthesized in 1955. It is categorized as schedule III and schedule IV drug.
  • The BZD is considered to be a major drug of abuse.

What is the Impact of Benzodiazepine on the Brain?

  • Even short term use of “bzd” can severely effect large area of our central nervous system(CNS).
  • Some of the less serious effects of its abuse are dizziness, drowsiness, decreased alertness.
  • Complete lack or poor level of concentration and coordination.
  • On a serious note it can lead to amnesia, formation of new memories, low IQ, slow information processing.
  • Poor verbal learning, reasoning and low concentration.
  • Inability to experience or express feelings.
  • Chronic depression, great difficulty in the perception of one’s own self, the surroundings and  social and personal life.
  • In extreme cases it leads to seizures, cognitive impairments and even suicidal tendencies.

What are the other impacts of Benzodiazepine abuse?

  • When BZD is combined with other central nervous system depressants such as opiates and alcohol, then it becomes highly toxic combination and even can lead to coma, seizure and even sudden death.
  • Elderly people who though are on medical prescription are at greater risk. They may lose control on the movement of the body, may fall, and brake their bones. Withdrawal can lead to tinnitus.
  • Its use even effects heart and respiration system.
  • High blood pressure, suppressed breathing.
  • It decreases libido and increases chances of irrectional dysfunction.

What is the impact of Benzodiazepine abuse on pregnant women and their babies?

  • Expectant mothers who are on high dose of benzo or abuse it for euphoria during pregnancy, have a very high risk of premature delivery and miscarriage.
  • Since the drug  effects the fetus in the womb itself, chances of the baby born with a cleft palate increases many folds.
  • They have high chances of being born with floppy infant syndrome, hypotomia, hypothermia, neonatal withdrawal syndrome.
  • Lethargy, severe respiratory problems, sluggish digestive problems.

What is the impact of Benzodiazepine on Teenagers and Young adults?

  • In teenagers Benzo is considered one of the most abused drugs.
  • In high school seniors benzo abuse dose range from occasional binges on high dose, to chronic and compulsive drug abuse of high dose.
  • A teenager can source it from their family medical chest or buy over the counter range of benzo from the pharmacy.
  • They generally abuse it with other drugs and alcohol which increases the negative impacts of the drug many times.
  • The drug abusing teen will usually deny their problems often downplaying  them and blaming stress from parents, peer group, school, college etc.
  • The most important step as a parent one can do at home is to recognize the problem and get a home test strip to confirm the abuse of the drug and to stop further abuse.

What are the nicknames and street names of Benzodiazepine?

  • Some of the popular names of Benzodiazepine, from the street are-
  • Bonzos, Benzo, BZD, ruffies, rowies, rugby balls
  •  Candy downers, downers,
  • Eggs, moggies, normes, nerve pills,
  • Trank, vallies, …..

How is Benzodiazepine abused as narcotic drug?

  • Since its widespread availability, benzodiazepine is most commonly abused drug.
  • Generally taken orally along with alcohol and other narcotic drugs.
  • It can also be consumed intravenously, intramuscularly, or injected rectally.
  • Over the counter “medicine” form of Banjo is powdered and injected in the nerves or muscles. Powder or gel from the banzo capsules are also used for this purpose.
  • When benzodiazepine taken intravenously it gives maximum and instant “high”.
  • But the chance of communicably transmitted disease such as hepatitis, AIDS  etc also increases if injections are shared with infected partners.

How is Benzodiazepine useful in Medical field?

  • The introduction of Benzodiazepines led to a decrease in the prescription of Barbiturate. By 1970’s BZD in a big way replaced the other exiting drugs used for sedation and hypnotics.
  • Since, BZD works by increasing the effects of GABA in the brain and spinal cord, it used mainly for treating- anxiety, insomnia, and seizures.
  • They could also be used for general anesthesia, panic attacks, depression, nausea, vomiting, alcohol withdrawal, muscle relaxation, sedation etc.
  • It is also used in veterinary practice for controlling seizures, epilepsy and tetanus.BZD are used before a surgery. For their anxiolytic  and sedative effects. They are widely used in both small and large animals.
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