Category D—↑ risk of oral cleft by 0.01%, use just before delivery associated with floppy infant syndrome, 3rd trimester use can cause withdrawal in newborns
Low incidence of infant toxicity and AEs associated with benzodiazepine use during breastfeeding. Benzodiazepines with shorter half-lives (i.e., lorazepam, alprazolam, and oxazepam) have been found to be very low in breast milk
T½ ↑ ≈ 45%; initiate at 0.25 mg bid-tid
Renal insufficiency has a quantitatively small influence on pharmacokinetics; no dosage adjustments provided in the manufacturer's labeling
T½ ↑ ≈ 73% in patients with alcohol liver disease
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