Do you mean midazolam?
Oral, intranasal and intravenous midazolam can be to used to produce conscious sedation before a medical/dental procedure.
Midazolam is used because it reduces anxiety/relaxes you, it makes you sleepy, and it produces partial or total amnesia (ie makes you forget what happened during some or, less frequently, all of the procedure).
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