midazolam mi·daz·o·lam (mĭ-dāz'ə-lām')
A colorless crystalline derivative of diazepam with sedative and anxiolytic properties, usually used in its hydrochloride form as an intravenous anesthetic.
In August, authorities in Canada learned that 16 vials of midazolam had been stolen from a Halifax hospital.
Ohio used a mix of midazolam, a sedative, with hydromorphone, a powerful narcotic.
That kind of behavior would be in keeping with somebody who had been slipped a date rape drug such as midazolam, aka Dazzle.
He orders [more] shipments of propofol and midazolam … and lorazepam.
She would not have been able to taste, see or smell any midazolam that might have been slipped into her beer.