Demerol


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  • noun

Synonyms for Demerol

a synthetic narcotic drug (trade name Demerol) used to treat pain

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After Bergman's daughter requested more pain relief, he ordered another shot of Demerol and a skin patch with the narcotic fentanyl.
The attending physician tells YP that they will consider this option, but that they would like to continue treatment with Demerol on a PRN basis.
More significantly, the rate of fetal descent was much greater in the women from the Demerol group.
Murray's lawyer Edward Chernoff said his client did not give painkillers Demerol or OxyContin to Jackson, but he took a different stand on Propofol.
Edward Chernoff said: "Dr Murray has never prescribed nor administered Demerol to Michael Jackson.
The medic hoped the jab would kickstart his heart but the star was beyond saving after a suspected overdose of painkiller Demerol.
He was taking three powerful painkillers Demerol, Dilaudid, and Vicodin on top of another six drugs.
The megastar deluded himself that the Demerol that he regularly craved was harmless.
You don't have a patient lie on your couch for 3 years while he injects Demerol, telling you why he's using Demerol, as occurred in a case I know of," said Dr.
SANTA CLARITA - A nurse who admitted to stealing Demerol and morphine from her hospital employer to support her drug addiction was sentenced to a two-year drug program Thursday in Newhall Superior Court.
The records reveal that Kennedy took codeine, Demerol and methadone for pain, Ritalin, a stimulant, meprobamate and librium for anxiety barbiturates for sleep, thyroid hormone, and injections of a blood derivative, gamma globulin, presumably to combat infections.
Nurses gave the patient intramuscular injections of pain medications Demerol and Vistaril in the patient's legs, buttocks, and shoulder throughout her hospitalization.
Five minutes after I got there, I was on a Demerol drip and watching a rerun of Charlie's Angels dubbed in French.
James Michael Davis, routinely administered intravenous cocktails of general anesthesia drugs--Versed, Demerol, and Phenergan--in doses that subjected some patients to substantially deeper levels of sedation than conscious sedation.
This is especially effective; the footage about the effects of demerol are great