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Nitrazepam (Mogadon) in blood serum and urine and librium in urine
  1. S. L. Tompsett
  1. Department of Clinical Chemistry (University of Edinburgh), Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh


    A method is described for the determination of nitrazepam and its reduced product in blood serum and urine. The metabolite, the reduced product, is the principal substance to be encountered in these fluids. A method is also described for the determination of librium (and the lactam) in urine.

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