Curarization | definition of curarization by Medical dictionary
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administration of curare
(usually in the form of tubocurarine
) to induce muscle relaxation.
Induction of muscular relaxation or paralysis by the administration of curare or related compounds that have the ability to block nerve impulse transmission at the myoneural junction.
curarization /cu·rar·iza·tion/ (koo″rah-rĭ-za´shun) administration of curare (usually tubocurarine) to induce muscle relaxation by its blocking activity at the myoneural junction.
administration of curare (usually tubocurarine) to induce muscle relaxation by its blocking activity at the neuromuscular junction.
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Operant electrodermal conditioning under partial curarization
OSS, The Netherlands, June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Sugammadex - the novel selective relaxant binding agent (SRBA) being developed by Organon, the human healthcare business unit of Akzo Nobel - demonstrated in a Phase III pivotal trial a 9-12 times faster reversal of neuromuscular blockade as compared to neostigmine, without evidence of post operative residual curarization
(PORC) or re-occurrence of muscle relaxation.
Postoperative residual curarization and evidence-based anaesthesia.
Postoperative residual curarization from intermediate-acting neuromuscular blocking agents delays recovery room discharge.
in the recovery room after vecuronium.