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The Samar Bagh residents demanded of the HRA to pay surprise visits to medical stores in the area and check the sale of sedative drugs.
Though limited by variability in the technology used, these studies have clearly demonstrated the unpredictable behaviour of sedative drugs in the ECMO circuit (21).
The use of music in the pre-procedural period may reduce psychological anxiety and reduce the volume of sedative drugs required to manage anxiety.
Barbiturates, opioids, and sedative drugs might work well for an individual headache, but when used repeatedly over decades, they can paradoxically worsen the headache disorder, contribute to disability, and even lead to additional problems.
O'Connor was stripped of his gold medal from Athens and given a three month ban after an International Equestrian Federation judicial committee ruled his horse had tested positive for two human sedative drugs.
Take care to eliminate hazards such as loose rugs and poor lighting, make sure eyesight and hearing have been checked and avoid taking sedative drugs before going out.
He claimed Dr Jarman ignored his appeal to treat the boy's condition with glucose and instead relied on sedative drugs.
GAL-021 is a proprietary small molecule delivered by intravenous administration to treat or prevent acute respiratory insufficiency in surgical and critical-care patients following the use of anesthetic, analgesic and sedative drugs individually or in combination.
AN Indian national is to be jailed today for the "predatory" rape of two friends he lured back to his apartment and gave sedative drugs.
The police found hashish along with sedative drugs in the hotel room.
In patients under sedative drugs the GCS score is estimated from the preadmission records.
O'Connor was stripped of his gold medal from Athens and given a three-month ban after an International Equestrian Federation judicial committee ruled his horse had tested positive for two human sedative drugs.