midazolam mi·daz·o·lam (mĭ-dāz'ə-lām')
A colorless crystalline derivative of diazepam with sedative and anxiolytic properties, usually used in its hydrochloride form as an intravenous anesthetic.
Ohio used a mix of midazolam, a sedative, with hydromorphone, a powerful narcotic.
He orders [more] shipments of propofol and midazolam … and lorazepam.
In August, authorities in Canada learned that 16 vials of midazolam had been stolen from a Halifax hospital.