Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Versed/Midazolam in the News Again

Here is a story airing on TV at this time in regard to Midazolam and the capital punishment protocol for drugs.  Even murderers should NOT be subjected to this diabolical drug.

Execution process shakes North Idaho family |

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Alabama inmate gasps, coughs during his execution |

Even with all the bald-faced LIES that are told by medical minions about this poison, people are starting to get the idea.  Why is there no outrage over a lethal injection drug being used on innocent patients?  What did they ever do wrong to deserve the torture?

Two words:  CONSCIOUS SEDATION  It means, boys and girls that you are conscious, awake and aware, unable to defend yourself or stop the procedure.  The "sedation" part is debatable.  Since when is amnesia (they hope) a part of sedation?  Oh yeah, the minute they came up with this diabolical drug.   Since when does getting a sedative involve skyrocketing blood pressure and elevated heart rate?  Call my crazy but the physiological changes are the result of fear, anger, and pain, not relaxation.  As I have previously noted, Aaron, my little anesthesia nurse stated that I was "very relaxed."  No, you cretin, I wasn't "relaxed.  I was seething with anger, absolutely furious that he had incapacitated me in such a sneaky way.  I was INCAPACITATED, not "relaxed."

Anyway, I hope that more and more people gain awareness of the troubling nature of Versed/Midazolam and confront those who use it against ALL of us, not just the murderous thugs sentenced to die.

1 comment:

  1. I'm an anesthesiologist and while I am not 100% against using Versed, I do understand that patients need to be better educated about the medications we subject them to like any other informed consent. For anxiety and sedation, Versed is far from the only choice of medication and patients should be offered a choice after discussion of the various medications available to achieve anxiolysis or sedation. I have just posted an article on my blog that is aimed toward anesthesiologists. It touches on a lot of the things that you mention here on your blog, and it also briefly recounts how Versed has gotten as popular as it is today. I hope you will read this article and consider sharing it with your readers. Thank you!

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