The Texas Medical Board has prohibited Houston cardiologist Conrad Murray from administering Propofol, the anesthetic that Los Angeles coroners say killed the famous pop star Michael Jackson while he was under Murray’s care.

Under the agreed order that was announced on Friday, Murray cannot use any heavy sedative or any anesthetic agent.

Also a few major facts, a California judge has been expected to rule on a recommendation by the California Medical Board, that says, Murray’s license should be suspended due to his “reckless” and “reprehensible” actions in giving Jackson the drug, which is usually only given by specialists in hospital settings.

Murray can suggest use of other medications. These medications can include pain medication, as well as anti-anxiety medication or local or topical anesthetics. Furthermore, he is also allowed to become a part of the team which will be indulged in providing Propofol till he does not administer it.

Before that in February, the prosecutors from Los Angeles had charged Murray for causing Jackson’s June 2009 death for acting – “without due caution and circumspection.”

Share on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on FacebookShare on StumbleUponShare on TumblrShare on RedditBuffer this pageDigg thisShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

« »