Thursday, April 05, 2007

One doctor authorized all 11 prescription medications found in Anna Nicole Smith's hotel room the day the Playboy Playmate died of a drug overdose, according to documents released by the medical examiner's office Wednesday.

More than 600 pills — including about 450 muscle relaxants — were missing from prescriptions that were no more than five weeks old, according to information obtained by The Associated Press through a public records request.

Here is the list:

Under the name of Howard K. Stern:
Carisoprodol: Muscle relaxant, prescribed Jan. 2, 2007; 194 pills left out of 360.
Methocarbamol: Muscle relaxant, prescribed Jan. 2, 2007; 87 pills left out of 120.
Diazepam (Valium): Antianxiety medication, prescribed Jan. 26, 2007; 178 pills left out of 240.
Furosemide (Lasix): Diuretic, prescribed Jan. 8, 2007; seven pills left out of an unknown quantity.
Topamax: Migraine medication, prescribed Jan. 26, 2007. 82 pills left out of 120.
Clonazepam (Klonopin): Antianxiety medication, prescribed Jan. 26, 2007; 79 pills left out of 120.
Chloral Hydrate: Sedative, prescribed Jan. 2, 2007; 177 ml. left out of 480.
Carisoprodol: Muscle relaxant, prescribed Jan. 26, 2007; 111 pills left out of 360.

Under the name of Alex Katz:
Cipro: Antibiotic, prescribed Feb. 2, 2007; 15 pills left out of 20.
Tamiflu: Antiviral flu medication, prescribed Feb. 5, 2007; eight pills left out of 10.

Under the name of Khristine Eroshevich:
Klor-Con-M20: Potassium supplement, prescribed Jan. 8, 2007; 20 pills left out of 30

This is just so pathetic and sad.

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