edrophonium chloride

ed·ro·pho·ni·um chlor·ide

(ed'rō-fō'nē-ŭm klōr'id),
A rapid-acting, short-duration cholinesterase inhibitor used as an antidote for curariform drugs, as a diagnostic agent in myasthenia gravis, and in myasthenic crisis.

ed·ro·pho·ni·um chlor·ide

(ed'rō-fō'nē-ŭm klōr'īd)
A rapid-acting, short-duration cholinesterase inhibitor used as an antidote for curariform drugs, as a diagnostic agent in myasthenia gravis, and in myasthenic crisis.
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Patient 1 also had a positive edrophonium chloride test, a finding indicative of myasthenia gravis and only rarely reported positive in botulism (3).
Tensilon (edrophonium chloride) is a fast-acting anticholinesterase drug with a short duration.
Laryngeal electromyography showed a 20% decreased recruitment response in the left cricothy-roid muscle, which did not improve with Tensilon (edrophonium chloride) testing.