And a paramedic said Dr Conrad Murray did not mention he had given Jackson propofol, an anaesthetic found to have caused the singer's death.
The testimony came at a preliminary hearing for Dr Murray, who has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter.
Prosecutors say his negligence led to Jackson's death aged 50 in June 2009.
Dr Murray faces up to four years in prison if convicted.
Prosecutors contend Dr Murray's treatment of the singer - including administering several doses of sedatives and a dose of propofol in the hours before he died - deviated from medical practice sufficiently to constitute a crime.
They also say Dr Murray improperly concealed his use of propofol, a surgical anaesthetic typically used in a clinical setting.
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