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Thursday, February 12, 2009 Jo, Community Member, asks

Q: what is the normal dosage given before a medical procedure when valium is used as a sedation

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2/15/09 11:20am

Jo - This particular question is probably out of the scope of this site. This is more a matter for anesthesiologists and professionals in the surgical field.

 

Rick Wirtz

 

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By Jo, Community Member— Last Modified: 09/02/10, First Published: 02/12/09