Timeline: Michael Jackson's Final Night

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    An affidavit released Monday in Houston shows Michael Jackson was given a series of sedatives.

    Michael Jackson was given a series of sedatives by Dr. Conrad Murray on June 25, the day the singer died, according to an affidavit released Monday in Houston:

    1:30 a.m. — 10 milligram tablet of Valium, a sedative.

    2 a.m. — 2 milligrams of the sedative lorazepam (brand name Ativan) given intravenously.

    3 a.m. — 2 milligrams of the sedative midazolam (brand name Versed) given intravenously.

    5 a.m. — 2 milligrams of lorazepam given intravenously.

    7:30 a.m. — 2 milligrams of midazolam given intravenously.

    10:40 a.m. — 25 milligrams of propofol (brand name Diprivan) given intravenously and diluted with lidocaine (brand name Xylocaine).

    10:50 a.m. — Doctor leaves Jackson's room; returns minutes later to find Jackson not breathing. Begins CPR and gives 0.2 milligrams of flumazenil (brand nameAnexate), used to reverse sedatives.

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