Were you looking for information about Versed? Versaid is a common misspelling of Versed.
Versed® (midazolam) is a medication that is prescribed for use as a sedative for surgery or a medical or dental procedure. Because Versed is very fast acting, it can help start the anesthesia process, relieving anxiety and causing memory loss. It can also help stop seizures and relax the muscles. The medication works by enhancing the calming effects of a certain chemical in the brain. Versed is administered as an injection through an IV or can be taken in the form of a syrup.
Some of the common side effects that have been reported with Versed include tenderness at the injection site, nausea, and breathing problems. If you take too much Versed, you may experience overdose symptoms, such as confusion, slow reflexes, and drowsiness. It is important that you seek immediate medical attention if you believe that you may have overdosed on Versed.
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