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a muscle relaxant for striated muscle that is used as an adjunct to anesthesia during certain surgical procedures

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Prolonged neuromuscular paralysis following rapidsequence intubation with succinylcholine.
This clearly indicates that patients receiving total intravenous anesthesia (Propofol + succinylcholine) had mild cognitive deficits and patients in group B receiving general anaesthesia (Propofol + succinylcholine + isoflurane) showed moderate cognitive deficits.
5 mg/Kg succinylcholine IV produces optimal conditions for laryngeal mask airway insertion which is as good as administration of 1.
Succinylcholine is a depolarizing neuromuscular blocker that is primarily used to facilitate tracheal intubation through paralysis.
Blind nasotracheal intubation: a comparative study of with and without succinylcholine.
Rhabdomyolysis after succinylcholine administration [letter; in Spanish], Rev Esp Anestesiol Reanim 2005;52(3): 184-5.
In 1975, Savarese and colleagues published on the role of TOF ratio in prolonged neuromuscular block with succinylcholine (21).
05mg/kg could shorten the intubating time of atracurium itself,11 although atracurium with priming technique was still slower than suxamethanium over onset time, it was still an optimal choice of rapid sequence inducing under the condition of succinylcholine contraindication.
Succinylcholine is a popular and widely used drug in anaesthesia practice as it provides the ideal intubating conditions for short and emergency surgical procedures.
Critical hemoglobin desaturation will occur before return to an unparalyzed state following 1 mg/kg intravenous succinylcholine.
The neuromuscular effects and tracheal intubation conditions after small doses of succinylcholine.
9% Internal (3), internal (4), internal (9), tuberculosis (5), tuberculosis (6), pediatric, oncology, CCU, emergency, heart clinic, surgical ICU, surgery, transplant Succinylcholine 500 mg Interventional bronchoscopy Thiopental sodium 1 g Interventional bronchoscopy, Operation room and anesthesiology TNG 100mg/mL Interventional bronchoscopy Medication Respective number of sampled vials Acetylcysteine 200 mg/10 mL 1 Aminophyline 250 mg 1, 1 Atracurium 50 mg/5 mL 1 Atropin 0.
10) The most common muscle relaxant is succinylcholine, (15) which also reduces delirium in patients with post-ECT agitation.
A 1-mg dose of vecuronium followed by 120 mg of succinylcholine was administered to induce paralysis and facilitate endotracheal intubation.