midazolam

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mi·daz·o·lam

 (mĭ-dăz′ə-lăm′)
n.
A benzodiazepine drug, C18H13ClFN3, primarily used in its hydrochloride form as a sedative and antianxiety agent before surgery and before or during medical procedures.

[(i)midazol(e) + (diazep)am.]
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Noun1.midazolam - an injectable form of benzodiazepine (trade name Versed) useful for sedation and for reducing pain during uncomfortable medical proceduresmidazolam - an injectable form of benzodiazepine (trade name Versed) useful for sedation and for reducing pain during uncomfortable medical procedures
benzodiazepine - any of several similar lipophilic amines used as tranquilizers or sedatives or hypnotics or muscle relaxants; chronic use can lead to dependency
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They claimed that the sale of narcotic drugs like Valium, Kinz, Dormicum, Milam in injection form while Xenax and Laxotinol in tablet form was on the rise without proper prescription.
Certain new types of drugs have been found in students' possession of late, such as Dormicum (midazolam) which is prescribed for short-term treatment of sleep disturbance; Lyrica tablets used to control seizures and treat nerve pain; Legaflex (carisoprodol) used for thwarting the feeling of pain in the nerves and brain and as a sleeping pill.
The list includes Xanax, a batch of which was recently seized by authorities, as well as Viagra, Stilnox, Lorazepam and Dormicum.