Depolarizing relaxant | definition of depolarizing relaxant by Medical dictionary
an agent for example, succinylcholine) that induces depolarization of the motor endplate and so paralyzes skeletal muscle by a phase I block.
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To the Editor: Malignant hyperthermia (MH) is a rare but potentially fatal, inherited skeletal muscle disorder that is mostly induced by the ingestion of the depolarizing relaxant
In Britain, Cyril Scurr began experimenting with another depolarizing relaxant
created by Bovet--suxethonium.