NMBDNeuromuscular Blocking Drug (neuromuscular blocking drug)
NMBDNorwegian Maritime Business Delegation
NMBDNorth Monroe Business District (Spokane, WA)
NMBDNew Mexico Business Directory
NMBDNo More Bloody Destruction (band)
NMBDNetwork Message Block Daemon
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Antagonism of NMBDs was used in 62.1% of patients, and neuromuscular function was monitored (Qualitatively and quantitatively) in 24.4% of subjects.
(5) Even with the use of intermediate-acting NMBDs and its antagonists at the end of the procedure, PORC is still a clinical problem in the PACU.
While it is believed that unconjugated "small" molecules such as the NMBDs are able to cross-link IgE molecules at the surface of mast cells and basophils because they are allergenically di- (or multi-) valent (134,135), this, and the capacity to form multi-valent drug-protein complexes in vivo that are immunogenic, may not be the case with the opioid drugs.
Of the 45 patients with a history of a previous adverse reaction, 22 had positive skin tests, one to an opiate and 21 to NMBDs. The medical records of the anaesthesia at which the possible reaction occurred were obtained in 36.
Three of 43 patients with multiple allergies had equivocal intradermal tests to histamine releasing NMBDs.
One other patient who was referred because of severe vomiting postoperatively had positive skin tests to NMBDs, which were probably unrelated to the adverse event.
A study in Spain of 424 preoperative patients tested for 30 drugs by prick testing found 20 positive tests; 12 to NMBDs, four to iodine and two each to latex and etomidate (8).
A family history of anaphylaxis has been suggested as important in one case of cousins who reacted to different NMBDs (11), but there are no other cases in the literature, nor in a series of over 1700 patients or in 42 blood relatives of 12 skin test positive patients, including identical twins tested prospectively (12).