Drugs found in Michael Jackson’s system and home

In his body according to the toxicology report:

Propofol (diprivan): used to start or maintain anesthesia during certain surgeries or procedures.

Lidocaine: used to reduce pain associated with propofol injection, either mixed with propofol or preceding it as a separate injection. 

Diazepam (Valium): used to relieve anxiety, muscle spasms, and seizures and to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal.

Lorazepam (Ativan): used to relieve anxiety. Lorazepam is in a class of medications called benzodiazepines. It works by slowing activity in the brain to allow for relaxation.

Midazolam (Versed): given before medical procedures or before anesthesia for surgery to cause drowsiness, relieve anxiety, and prevent any memory of the event. Often used with children. Midazolam is in a class of medications called benzodiazepines. It works by slowing activity in the brain to allow relaxation and sleep. Warning regarding children reads: 

  • Midazolam may cause serious or life-threatening breathing problems such as shallow, slowed, or temporarily stopped breathing. Your child should only receive this medication in a hospital or doctor’s office that has the equipment that is needed to monitor his or her heart and lungs and to provide life-saving medical treatment quickly if his or her breathing slows or stops. Your child’s doctor or nurse will watch your child closely after he or she receives this medication to make sure that he or she is breathing properly. Tell your child’s doctor if your child has a severe infection or if he or she has or has ever had any airway or breathing problems or heart or lung disease. Tell your child’s doctor and pharmacist if your child is taking any of the following medications: antidepressants; barbiturates such as secobarbital (Seconal); droperidol (Inapsine);medications for anxiety, mental illness, or seizures; narcotic medications for pain such as fentanyl (Actiq, Duragesic, Sublimaze, others), morphine (Avinza, Kadian, MS Contin, others), and meperidine (Demerol); sedatives; sleeping pills; or tranquilizers.” 
Ephedrine is a sympathomimetic amine commonly used as a stimulant, appetite suppressant, concentration aid, decongestant, and to treat hypotension associated with anaesthesia.

Flumazenil
 is a benzodiazepine antagonist drug that can be used to treat an overdose of midazolam as well as to reverse sedation. *** not found in his body, but found in the IV.

In his home according to medical evidence:

Drug: Zanaflex (Muscle relaxant, Back pain)
Prescribed: 11/6/2008, Dr. Klein
No. of pills prescribed: 4
Pills remaining: 0
Directions: 1/2 - 1 bedtime
Empty pill box prescribed 7 months ago.

Drug: Temazepam (insomnia) 30mg capsules
Prescribed: 12/22/2008, Murray
No. of pills prescribed: 30 
Pills remaining: 3
Directions: once at bedtime
27 pills taken over the course of 6 months.

Drug: Amoxicillin (antibiotic, treat infections) 500mg tablets
Prescribed: 2/2/2009, James/Lee
No. of pills prescribed: 28
Pills remaining: 21
Directions: 4 times daily
7 pills taken over the course of over 4 months.

Drug: Azithoromycin (antibiotic) 250mg tablets
Prescribed: 3/9/2009, James/Lee
No. of pills prescribed: 6
Pills remaining: 2
Directions: 2 tabs on first day, 1 for 4 days 
4 pills taken over course of 3 months.

Drug: Clonazepam (treats anxiety) 1mg tablets
Prescribed: 4/18/2009, Dr. Metzer
No. of pills: 30 
Pills remaining: 8
Directions: 1 at bedtime
22 pills taken over course of 2 months.

Drug: Trazadone (depression and or anxiety) 50mg tablet
Prescribed: 4/18/2009, Dr. Metzer
No. of pills: 60 
Pills remaining: 38
Directions: 2 bedtime
22 remaining, despite directions to take two, prescribed 2 months before death.

Drug: Prednisone (treats inflammation) 10mg tablet
Prescribed: 4/25/2009, Dr. Klein
No. of pills: 10 
Pills remaining: 0
Directions: 6 now, 4 tomorrow
0 pills remaining on prescription from 2 months before death.

Drug: Lorazepam (anxiety, insomnia) 2mg tablet
Prescribed: 4/28/2009, Murray
No. of pills: 30 
Pills remaining: 9.5
Directions: once at bedtime
20.5 pills taken over course of two months.

Drug: Flomax (treatment for prostate problems) 0.4mg Capsules
Prescribed: 6/3/2009, Murray
No. of pills: 30 
Pills remaining: 24
Directions: 1 daily 
6 pills taken over course of 22 days.

Drug: Tizanidine (muscle relaxant) 4mg tablet
Prescribed: 6/7/2009, Dr. Klein
No. of pills: 10 
Pills remaining: 8
Directions: 1/2 bedtime
2 pills taken over course of 22 days.

Drug: Diazepam (insomnia/anxiety) 10mg tablets
Prescribed: 6/20/2009, Murray
No. of pills: 60 
Pills remaining: 57
Directions: 1/2 to 1 every 6 hours
3 pills taken over course of 4 days.

14 capsules of ephedrine/caffeine/aspirin (to boost energy and improve alertness)


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Lidocaine 4% Lotion (an anesthetic used on the skin to prevent pain. It is used before certain procedures such as inserting IV lines, skin grafts or skin laser surgery where numbing of the skin and surrounding area is necessary.)
Prescribed by Murray

Lidocaine HCI (6-30 ml liquid)
[no physician name]

Lorazepam liquid (injectable) 
Prescribed by Murray

Lorazepam (4-5ml liquid)
[no physician or patient name]
It is not mentioned how many were recovered

Lorazepam (2-4ml liquid)
[no physician or patient name]
It is not mentioned how many were recovered
Midazolam (5-10ml liquid) 
[no physician or patient name]

Flumazenil (0.5mg/ml Liquid)
[no doctor names]

Propofol (3-100ml liquid) 
[no physician or patient]
Also the medical evidence log has an entry on 6/26/09 indicating recovery of an empty glass vial of propofol. 

Benoquin 
20% lotion (is indicated for final depigmentation in extensive Vitiligo)
Prescribed by Murray    

Hydroquinone 
8% Lotion (decrease the formation of melanin in the skin)
Prescribed by Murray 

OTC Bausch & Lomb eye drops,  ”Ultravate” ointment (to reduce itching and inflammation associated with different skin conditions), Bayer aspirin

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