Monday, July 9, 2012

End of Story

Back in 2008 I had occasion to discuss, through e-mails with a crna, the problem of avoiding getting Versed.  Here is the very last e-mail from this person. I have TWENTY SIX in all, just to get this person to state what he states in this last e-mail.  We went through personal insults, (from him, directed at me) denial of empirical proof of Versed's effects on behavior etc.  But we did arrive at the admission that I wanted to hear...  26 e-mails later. 

To: Sent: 12/6/2008 3:08:49 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time
Subj: Re: Check out Evidence that the anticonflict effect of midazolam...[Neurosci ...

If you stated you didn't want Versed, I would not give it.  It is just that simple.  Versed is not necessary to perform anesthesia.


Michael W. Bentley, MSN, CRNA
PhD Candidate in the Laboratory of Dr. Joseph McCabe
USU Program in Neuroscience
I removed my old e-mail from the above.  Since this person felt it necessary to advertize MY e-mail, on a website, in bold print, I felt comfortable leaving his alone.

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