Sedation and neuromuscular blocking agents
in acute respiratory distress syndrome.
It's important to note that neuromuscular blocking agents
have made surgery considerably safer and more effective since their introduction several decades ago says Professor Blobner.
Use of sedating drugs and neuromuscular blocking agents
in patients requiring mechanical ventilation for respiratory failure: a national survey.
In 69.1% cases neuromuscular blocking agents
(NMBAs) especially atracurium and in 12.1% cases latex were the most frequently involved agents implicated for anaphylaxis according to the most recent French epidemiological survey.
Zhang, "[Clinical study of early use of neuromuscular blocking agents
in patients with severe sepsis and acute respiratory distress syndrome]," Zhonghua wei zhong bing ji jiu yi xue, vol.
Postoperative residual curarization from intermediate-acting neuromuscular blocking agents
delays recovery room discharge.
This study was aimed to determine the efficacy of rocuronium, a newer nondepolarizing neuromuscular blocking agent
, compared with vecuronium for rapid sequence intubation.
Good clinical research practice in pharmacodynamic studies of neuromuscular blocking agents
II: the Stockholm revision.
Adverse effects of neuromuscular blocking agents
based on yellow card reporting in the U.K.: are there differences between males and females?
Sugammadex sodium injection is Merck's investigational agent for the reversal of neuromuscular blockade (NMB) induced by rocuronium or vecuronium (neuromuscular blocking agents
RSI also has risks; using neuromuscular blocking agents
has potential complications because of the removal of spontaneous respiratory effort and possibly the loss of airway patency under certain circumstances.
The costs of expensive items such as volatile agents, packed red cells, and neuromuscular blocking agents
were underestimated whereas the costs of inexpensive items, such as plastic disposable equipment, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, opioids and sedatives, were overestimated (Figure 1).