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Was my daughter overdosed?

My 9yr old daughter passed away after having her tonsils and adenoids out. We're still waiting on the autopsy to come back but we got the postmodern toxicology report and it said she had midazolam 72 ng/ml and morphine free 34 ng/ml. Was she overdosed?

oxetol 150 side effects and lobazam 5mg

Sir, My son is 9 years old now. He got sudden epileptic attack when he was 4 years old. Inspite of immediate admission in Hospital and rigerous treatment, he had continuous seizures for every 5 minutes. Nothing has been diagnosed in 5 MRIs and doctors say there is no structural diffect and having functional problem in EEG. He last all the activities slowly, including vision and hearing. He was in infusion of Midazolam 10ml/hr for 20 day to control seizures. Was in hospital for 105 days. He was an many anti-convulsions like Topiramate, Gaurdinal, piracetem and more. We found no much different in the condition and in consultation with Doctor slowly tappered the most of medications that had no much impact. Currently he is on Lobazam 5mg (OD nights)and Oxital 150mg (1/2 - 0 - 1/2) for last ...

Dormican for sleep?

Can dormican be be used for isomnia? ## Dormicum contains the active ingredient Midazolam, which is a Benzodiazepine and yes it can cause drowsiness as a side effect, so it is sometimes used to treat insomnia. Learn more Dormicum details here. Has it been prescribed to you for insomnia? ## I start take 7.5 gm if dormicum it only work for me for one night now am up cannot fall a sleep after taking a second dose to night please tell me what can I do to sleep ## Yes I take Dormicum as well. "reference post July of 2015" The problem for me, as with in general all benzodiazepine meds, is I build up a tolerance rather quickly. The Dormicum works amazing well for like the first 3 nights, maybe four, then, I have to increase the dose to 2 x 15 mg of Dormicum (Roche midazolam) and, by 10...

oval white pill roche 7 5

have 4 white oval shape with roche 7.5 on it. Anyone know what it is? ## Hello, Wings! How are you? This is a medication from the UK called Dormicum, it contains Midazolam, which is classified by the FDA as being a benzodiazepine. This one is most commonly used to treat seizures, severe insomnia and for inducing sedation before medical procedures. It carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with?

White oval pill with ROCHS 7.5

Oval shape, white with ROCHS 7.5 on it ## Hello, Terri! How are you? From what I've been able to find, this is listed as containing 7.5mgs of Midazolam, more commonly known by the brand name Versed. The FDA lists this as being a benzodiazepine, which is most commonly used to treat anxiety and for its sedative like effects. It carries the risk of being habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with?


## Midazolam is a benzodiazepine that's most commonly used to treat anxiety and nervous disorders, but it may also be used to treat seizures. This medication may be habit forming and could cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and irritability. Learn more Midazolam details here. Are there any questions or comments?

Midazolam In Urine

Urine screen in ER shows benzodiazepine 45 minutes after 5mg IV Midazolam given in ambulance. Can it get in urine that fast? ## In many cases, giving them by IV kind of speeds up the process, so they can be detected much faster than they would if they were taken orally. Learn more Midazolam details here. Your body and how fast it processes medications can also play a role. Why did they give it in the ambulance?

Dormican Side Effects

My dad had eye surgery and afterwards has lost co-ordination and battles to speak and concentrate. Is this a side effect from the Dormican?? Thanks ## Dormicum contains the active ingredient Midazolam, it is a Benzodiazepine class tranquilizer, so yes, it can cause those types of symptoms. Have they eased up, at all? If not, then you should contact his doctor as soon as possible. ## Yes they have after about a week, Thank you.


Dormican 15mg ## I just want to know, where can i get the pills of DORMICAN 15 . ## Dormicum contains Midazolam, a Benzodiazepine class tranquilizer. Some of the most common side effects for this class of medications includes: nausea, drowsiness, dizziness and headache. Alprazolam (Xanax) is a very similar type of medication, so you can read about it here: As to where you can by it from, I don't know, it is not approved in the US. Does anyone have any information on this?


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