The best I can tell, it goes like this:
"I'm afraid we took him of his sedation too soon. He was doing fine on triflupormazine."
"You better hit that sack. Those number 4's rock here real fast."
Without any context, it's a little difficult to understand this short conversation. It sounds like two doctors or medical people talking about a a patient. The first one comments that they apparently stopped the sedation medicine too quickly. The patient was doing fine on the medicine trifulpormazine. Triflupromazine (Vesprin) is an anti-psychotic medication of the phenothiazine class. I think this is the medicine talked about. I typed it into google and this is what came up based on how I interpreted the word that was said.
The meaning of the response from the second person is not clear to me, but I would say: You better hit that sack. (This means: you should go to bed!) Those number 4's rock here real fast. (I THINK this means: Those number 4's rock here real fast. (The medicine you just took - 'number 4's' is going to affect you quickly, so you should be in bed when the medicine takes effect.)
Anyone else have something to add or clarify? Good luck with your project.
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