Chicago : IL : USA | Oct 23, 2011 at 11:51 PM PDT
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the picture above is not the proper way of administering the propofol....the computed requirement of the patient should be asprated by a disposable in michaels case he needs 123 mgs.....the availability of the drug in the market is 10 mgs./1 michael needs 12.3ml of propofol...the bottle shafer is holding contains 50 ml and he prepared it in a drip into the dextrose of michael which should not be practiced...because theres no control......but if you placed the propofol in the syringe.....actuallly this is the proper administration of propofol..put the propopfol in the syringe calibrated...

Dr.steven shafer have illustrate how the anesthetic acts on the brain of the perso follows:

1. the first part of the brain that is affected is the cerebelum(part of the brain responsible for the movements...reflexes).... then after the next part of the brain affectesd...

2. the second part of the brain affected is the cerebal cortex(part of the brain that controls the consciousness.....memory...intellegence...etc....) when the propofol reach this area ..the patient put to sleep....

3.the 3rd part is the hypothalamus which controls the involuntary muscles(controls the respiratory rate...pulse rate....etc...) the target level of the anesthesiology to prepare the patient for sugery......if the anesthesiology go beyond the dosage required by the patient...over dosage...the prpopfol reach last stage which the medullary paralysis..the patient becomes comatose and death follows.....

dr.steven shafer have differentiated sedatves and anesthetic: the data above: when you are using sedatives the sedatives limits its action on crebellum and cerebral cortx.....sedatives don`t reach the when you are using sedatives like demerol its much safer to use the field.. if .you are using sedatives as an adjunct or combination with general anesthetic like propofol....aside from it is not recommended by the manufacturer....for me and other doctors wil agree its useless to use sedative after giving propofol ..because the patient is already why will you give sedative if the patient is already in deep sleep.....prosecutor walgren the reason why they made it homicide because murray have given propofol and then given diazepam (valium) which killed michael...this is the analysis of los angeles district attorney office headed by a republican steve cooley....and i would like to remind cooley and walgren that diazepam was not traced in the liver the day micheal died which means diazepam is not a contributing factor that intensify the action of propofol whic cause the death of michael jackson........

dr.steven shafer did not illustrate the use of lidocaine and propofol...lidocaine is a local anesthetic which is commonly used by dentist in extracting tooth.....and in suturing lacerated skin....minor surgery...etc....general anesthetic is used in major surgery.....i`m just curious why do propofol and lidocain are found in the blood...liver...and urin....why did murray use local anesthetic wherein he is already using general anesthesia......lets us imagine a patient in deep sleep with no senses after giving propofol why will michael be given lidocain if he is already anesthetized....

dr.steven shafer should have discussed the cocktail drugs of murrray given to michael.......3 sedatives used by murray but it was not found in the liver and urine which michael did not consumed it..which means its not the cause of death...but the titration findings on toxicology report michael have toxic level of propofol in his blood which killed him confirmed by the coroners office who made the autopsy.....

most of all murray is saying he given 50 mgs. daily of propofol but if you will compute the dosage michael should have will give 123 mgs. of propofol which means murray is giving under accidental mistake happens....but the toxicology finding there is toxic level of propofol in the blood......

dr.steven shafer have not clarifeid anything in court in terms of anesthesilogy is concerned...!!!!!!!!!!

wiseena is based in Chicago, Illinois, United States of America, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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