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Rhabdomyolysis induced by succinylcholine chloride and sevoflurane in an elderly man [in Japanese].
BChE deficiency is often recognized only after an individual experiences unexpected periods of prolonged paralysis after succinylcholine administration.
One of the most serious complications that can occur with succinylcholine is malignant hyperthermia.
Succinylcholine Chloride (SUCOSTRIN, U-Tha-Sol) Not For Euthanasia 2 (undated) (on file with author).
Table One: Sample list of neuromuscular blocking agents available in Canada Generic Name Common Trade Name atracurium Tracrium cisatracurium Nimbex mivacurium Mivacron pancuronium Pavulon succinylcholine ([dagger]) Quelicin ([dagger]) tubocurarine Tubarine vecuronium Norcuron ([dagger]) Depolarizing neuromuscular blocking agent.
Succinylcholine and vecuronium were the available muscle relaxants.
Chaz Higgs--Augustine's husband and a nurse--was reported to have told a colleague that the best way to kill someone was with a drug known as succinylcholine, because it was undetectable.
The patient receives succinylcholine, a brief-acting induction anesthetic, oxygen, and a muscle relaxant, as well as having an oral airway placed.
An example is found in the administration of succinylcholine as a skeletal muscle relaxant in surgery patients.
Veneddaet were investigated by exposing pediveligers to acetylcholine, serotonin, epinephrine, norepinephrine, dopamine, L-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine (L-DOPA), carbamylcholine, and succinylcholine at concentrations of 1.
Most notable among several landmark studies, perhaps, was University of Toronto professor emeritus Werner Kalow's investigation in the 1950s of the occurrence of prolonged paralysis and rare, unexplained deaths in surgical patients receiving succinylcholine, a neuromuscular blocker tolerated well by most patients.