Potent Anesthetic Found in Jackson’s Home; N.Y. Coroner Certain Drugs Caused Death

Jul 1, 2009  •  Post A Comment

Propofol, a drug administered via IV to put people out during surgery, was found at Michael Jackson’s home after his death, TMZ says, citing "sources."

The drug, which should only be administered by medical personnel, can cause cardiac arrest if not used properly.

Separately, Fox News quotes Dr. Michael Baden, chief medical examiner for the state of New York, as saying that because the California coroner’s office autopsy report did not mention any health conditions or trauma, it is safe to assume that the singer was abusing drugs in a manner that led to his ultimate death.

–Elizabeth Jensen


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