Randox recently launched a new array capable of testing for the presence of the sedatives zopiclone, zaleplon, and zolpidem in blood and urine. These so-called "Z drugs," found in prescription medications such as Lunesta, Ambien, and Sonata, are used to treat anxiety and insomnia, but are often misused recreationally, according to the Crumlin, UK-based company.

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