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Midazolam Questions

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Antidote or reversal agent for midazolam?

Posted 12 Jul 2010 1 answer

not able to find in my drug books- pharmacology question on a paper

I have been taking midazolam for now 10 years orally through dormicum tab... the dose was initially?

Posted 10 Apr 2012 1 answer

... 7.5 mg one tablet daily but now it has increased to 3 to 4 tablets daily... I dont have any problem really but I want to get rid of it as I fear that dose might keep on increasing. I know I have the will and i have the will to do ... I have just reduced 44 pounds of weight just on my will...... read more

Anyone take versed (midazolam) at home for anxiety disorder?

Posted 13 May 2013 2 answers

I have CAD, one stent 3 yrs ago, and GAD. I have not slept a whole night for 3 years due to night sweats lasting up to 90 minutes 2 or 3 times a night , and more frequent but shorter in the day, due, I think, to anxiety.I now have had six good nights taking 7.5 midazolam but suspect it's too... read more

Pregnancy - what effect will buscopan, fentanyl and midazolam have on a foetus?

Posted 23 May 2011 1 answer

I recently had a colonoscopy and endoscopy. I was given Buscopan (IV) 20mgs, Fentanyl?. (IV) 50mcgs and Midazolam(IV) 2mg. I didn't realise I was approx. 1 week pregnant. I am worried about what side effects the drugs might have on the feotus

Midazolam - What is antidote of dormicam?

Posted 26 Jun 2014 1 answer

Mode of action of alprazolam and midazolam?

Posted 25 Aug 2013 1 answer

How can patients avoid midazolam/Versed prior to surgery?

Posted 16 Jun 2018 1 answer

Just had another anesthesiologist in pre-op verbally strong arm me about not wanting to take Versed along with a spinal and Propofol. My medical record states that it gives me prolonged amnesia, 24 hour hiccups, nausea, strong anxiety and post-surgery anxiety and depression. The anesthesiologist... read more

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