Survey of postoperative residual curarization
, acute respiratory events and approach of anesthesiologists.
A transient curarization
can be used during brief diagnostic or therapeutic procedures in order to avoid hemodynamic consequences of deep sedation .
After sedation and curarization
, orotracheal intubation was performed on him.
No standard dosing regimen exists yielding confusion on the management plan of residual curarization
. Here, we discuss a case where sugammadex reduced the time of the recovery from NMB in a patient who had incomplete antagonisms following adequate treatment with neostigmine, aiding timely extubation without persistent residual NMB, and hence prevented the requirement of postoperative ventilation and the improvement in patient care.
[TOF.sub.ratio] reductions are referred to as [TOF.sub.fade] and indicate the degree of patients' curarization
(Ali, Utting, & Gray, 1970; Murphy, 2006).
Post-operative Residual Curarization
(PORC) was frequent in patients given long acting neuromuscular blocking agents.
Aggressive laryngoscopy, patient's poor dentition, emergency interventions, insufficient anesthesia and curarization
, and anesthesiologist's inexperience are the major causal factors for dental lesions (Gaudio, R.M., et al., 2010).
Changes in the perception of inspiratory restive loads during partial curarization
. J Physiol.
Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors, however, have been reported to have undesired effects, such as bradycardia, bronchospasm, hypersalivation, residual curarization
, and extension of the block when used in overdose.
Manual evaluation of residual curarization
using double burst stimulation: a comparison with train-of-four.