curarization


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curarization

 [koo″rar-ĭ-za´shun]
administration of curare (usually in the form of tubocurarine) to induce muscle relaxation.

cu·ra·ri·za·tion

(kyū-rah'ri-zā'shŭn),
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.
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Postoperative residual curarization (PORC), defined as the presence of T4/T1 ratio <0.9 ratio in response to the "train-of-four" (TOF) stimulation, (1-3) has been subject of multiple publications over the past three decades with a incidence reported up to 40%, even when the cut-off of TOF ratio to define PORC was as low as <0.7.
Postoperative residual curarization and evidence-based anaesthesia.
Suspecting residual curarization, sugammadex at 2 mg/ kg, total of 100 mg, was given intravenously.
Patients who received Vecuronium had a higher incidence of post-operative residual curarization, which was statistically significant (p=0.003).
Operant electrodermal conditioning under partial curarization.J Comp Physiol Psychol 62, 165-166
Contract notice: Purchase of monitors of curarization, supply of captive consumables and provision of maintenance services.
Post-operative residual curarization is common after administration of neuromuscular blocking agents.
Neuromuscular monitoring and postoperative residual curarization. Br J Anaesth.
Atracurium is associated with postoperative residual curarization. Br J Anaesth 2002; 89:766-769.
Effect of respiratory muscle weakness on P.SUB.0.1 induced by partial curarization. J Appl Physiol 1984; 57:1150-1157.