alcuronium chloride

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al·cur·o·ni·um chlo·ride

(al-kūr-ō'nē-yŭm klōr'īd),
A skeletal muscle relaxant active as a nondepolarizing neuromuscular blocking agent, resembling curare in its action.
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(6) In European kestrels (Falco tinnunculus), mydriasis was inconsistent with topical pancuronium bromide, and although effectively achieved with topical alcuronium chloride, birds developed temporary inferior eyelid paralysis (5/8 birds) and neck and limb paralysis (1/8 birds) with topical alcuronium chloride.
In 1 study in kestrels (Falco tinnunculus), the mydriatic effect of topical administration of 3 different NMBAs (alcuronium chloride, pancuronium bromide, and vecuronium bromide) was evaluated.
The NMBAs used were alcuronium chloride (5 mg/mL), pancuronium bromide (2 mg/mL), and vecuronium bromide (4 mg/mL), applied topically at different dosages.