Typically, levels are: Examples of sedation scales include MSAT (Minnesota Sedation Assessment Tool), UMSS (University of Michigan Sedation Scale), the Ramsay Scale (Ramsay, et al.1974) and the RASS (Richmond Agitation-Sedation Scale).In addition, several other types of medications are also available by prescription.
We could not pool the results of the 10 studies because no two studies compared the same drug options.
Also can be used during a long term brain EEG to help patient relax.
Sedation scales are used in medical situations in conjunction with a medical history in assessing the applicable degree of sedation in patients in order to avoid under-sedation (the patient risks experiencing pain or distress) and over-sedation (the patient risks side effects such as suppression of breathing, which might lead to death).
Patients considering taking any type of medication for back pain should first meet with their physician to determine their individual risk factors and appropriate treatment options.
The two main types of over-the-counter medications used for back pain include: Most of the above over-the-counter medications (except acetaminophen) are also available in prescription strength.