An edited version of Demi Moore's 911 audio tape, recorded the night she fell semi-unconscious and suffered seizure-like symptoms after allegedly doing whip-its or inhaling nitrous oxide, will be released Friday. (Listen to the tape here.)

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that L.A. officials plan to release an edited recording of the 911 tape after personal information about Moore's medical condition and medications is removed.

The emergency call was made on Monday, and reports are that the Los Angeles City Attorney's office has recommended that the Los Angeles Fire Department delete certain parts of the 911 tape in order to comply with federal medical privacy laws.

We've reviewed the 911 tape and we have made recommendations, Frank Mateljan, spokesman for the city attorney, tells the Times.

Moore was treated at her home by paramedics and taken to a hospital, sources have told the media.

TMZ reports that paramedics on the scene were told that Moore was whip-its, or inhaling nitrous oxide, immediately prior to having the seizures.

Nitrous oxide is commonly known as laughing gas and is used in surgery and dentistry. Whip-it is the act of inhaling the compressed gas from inside a whipped cream, a means to get high. 

The 911 tape may offer more clues as to what truly went on that night when Moore was hospitalized.

Moore's representative released a statement to the media noting that, Because of the stresses in her life right now, Demi has chosen to seek professional assistance to treat her exhaustion and improve her overall health. She looks forward to getting well and is grateful for the support of her family and friends.

Moore's marriage to actor Ashton Kutcher ended last year after rumors that he cheated on her.