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midazolam

midazolam in Medicine

midazolam mi·daz·o·lam (mĭ-dāz'ə-lām')
n.
A colorless crystalline derivative of diazepam with sedative and anxiolytic properties, usually used in its hydrochloride form as an intravenous anesthetic.

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