I have just had sedation for a hospital procedure.. the sedation did not work at all therefore procedure could not go ahead.. any ideas why it wouldn’t work ?
Midazolam - Why did sedation not work?
Question posted by S13 on 15 Jan 2021
Last updated on 16 January 2021 by Jim Critchlow
To S13, Hello, although I am not a medical professional, I believe this supports the notion that different people will have varied reactions and effectiveness when given the same drug and/or dosage. Unfortunately for me, the Midazolam left me with lingering symptoms like depression, headaches, mood changes that I never had a problem with before I was given the drug. Hopefully for you, if you are still seeking the procedure, you can be given something that works for you, and is safe also. I suggest just ask your questions you have of the medical staff in what they will do in performing the procedure, and do your own research if possible.
- Midazolam uses and safety info
- Midazolam prescribing info & package insert (for Health Professionals)
- Side effects of Midazolam (detailed)
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