More on Propofol


Well, it looks like Michael Jackson’s personal 24/7 physician is the person who gave him the propofol that killed him.  There has been so much in the media that I don’t want to belabor this but needless to say, this man is in big trouble and will probably do prison time, not to mention never practicing medicine again!

So sad.  What do we do to our entertainers that makes them feel that they are so different that the rules for other humans just don’t apply to them?  Really tragic!

Why Propofol should only be in the hospital


Anesthesia in Jackson Case Tracked
Posted Jul 14th 2009 6:35PM by TMZ Staff

We’ve learned several pharmaceutical companies have been contacted by the DEA in the Michael Jackson case and we’re told authorities are getting closer to identifying which person may have supplied the powerful anesthesia Propofol that appears to have killed the singer.

Sources tell us law enforcement found vials of Propofol in Michael Jackson’s house after he died. The vials all have lot numbers. We’re told several days ago the DEA contacted Teva Pharmaceuticals — which manufactured one of the vials found at the house — to determine who purchased it.

Teva sells Propofol to medical distributors, who then turn around and sell the vials to hospitals and doctors.

And, law enforcement sources say, the DEA also contacted other manufacturers of Propofol from the other vials found in Jackson’s home.

Here’s the problem. Although every vial has a lot number, the vials are not marked individually. There are thousands of vials in a lot. So the DEA and LAPD are trying to hone in on the culprit but, we’re told, it’s no easy task.


Surgery with music lectures for your organization


The word about music during surgery is getting out! I did a lecture this past Friday night at a large Presbyterian Church here in Louisville and then appeared on a widely-broadcast radio show here earlier this evening!

Once people begin to understand what a huge benefit music during surgery is, the more they not only use it themselves for any medical procedure but the more they begin to tell their friends, family, and physicians. My goal is to have the wireless, pre-programmed headphones in every hospital, every doctor’s office and in many homes as well.

If you want to know more, go now to As always, send me your questions, your comments, and your stories of music’s healing power.

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