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A fast-acting narcotic analgesic and sedative that is sometimes abused for its heroinlike effect.
- ‘In some centers, no sedation is used; in others, benzodiazepines, such as midazolam or diazepam, are used for sedation, sometimes in conjunction with a narcotic, such as fentanyl.’
- ‘While waiting for obstetric and anesthesia backup, the clinician administered fentanyl, midazolam and cefotetan.’
- ‘Naloxone and flumazenil effectively terminate the effects of fentanyl and midazolam, respectively.’
- ‘In Australia, the common use for fentanyl is indeed an anaesthetic agent that's injected to knock a patient out before they get the gas.’
- ‘Common narcotic medications used are fentanyl citrate, morphine sulfate, and meperidine hydrochloride.’
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