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Although sedative drugs can put patients into sedative state and play the role of hypnosis, almost all the sedative drugs shorten the period of rapid eye movement, and the vast majority of sedatives and opioids shorten the period of N3.
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.
He said: "Ben has not required sedative drugs at any time over the last 24 hours.
Pupils at a North-East high school have been plying their playground friends with powerful sedative drugs.
Sedative drugs such as GHB and Rohypnol, which are odourless, colourless and tasteless, can be added to drinks to incapacitate victims, who may then have little memory of what has happened to them.
Although triptans are now by far the most widely recommended medications for acute migraine treatment, barbiturates, opioids, and nonspecific sedative drugs are still widely used and are causing problems for headache patients.
During the trial, the mostly gray-haired jury heard lurid details that included duct tape, zip ties, sedative drugs and, always, death by strangling.
Although the trip-tans are now by far the most widely recommended medications for acute migraine treatment, barbiturates, opioids, and nonspecific sedative drugs are still widely used and are causing problems for some headache patients.
You have received sedative drugs, such as pethidine
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.