How Long Does Versed Stay in Your System?

Detection Timetable Depends on Many Variables

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How Long Does Versed Stay in the Body?. Roche

How long versed is detectable in the body depends on many variables, including which kind drug test is being used. Versed (midazolam) can be detected for a shorter time with some tests, but can be "visible" for up to three months in other tests.

The timetable for detecting Versed in the system is also dependent upon each individual's metabolism, body mass, age, hydration level, physical activity, health conditions and other factors, making it almost impossible to determine an exact time Versed will show up on a drug test.

The following is an estimated range of times, or detection windows, during which Versed can be detected by various testing methods:

How Long Does Versed Stay in Urine?

Versed can be detected in a urine test for up to 1-6 weeks

How Long Does Versed Remain in the Blood?

Blood tests for Versed can detect the drugs for up to 6-48 hours

How Long Can Versed Be Detected in Saliva?

A saliva test can detect Versed for 1-10 days

How Long Does Versed Remain in Hair?

Versed, like like many other drugs, can be detected with a hair follicle drug test for up to 90 days.

Preventing a Versed Overdose

Versed is a benzodiazepine and a central nervous system depressant. Versed is generally used for pre-anesthesia sedation.

Because it is a central nervous system depressant, there is a risk of death if an overdose occurs.

Symptoms of an overdose of Versed include:

If you suspect a Versed overdose, call 9-1-1 immediately or call the poison control center (1-800-222-1222).

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Always Test Clean. "What Are Drug Detection Times?" Drug Test Facts Accessed December 2015

American Association for Clinical Chemistry "Drugs of Abuse Testing." Lab Tests Online. Revised 2 January 2013.

LabCorp, Inc. "Drugs of Abuse Reference Guide." Accessed March 2013.

OHS Health & Safety Services. "How long do drugs stay in your system?." Accessed March 2013.

National Institue on Drug Abuse. "Midazolam." Drugs, Herbs and Supplements November 2010

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