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The lower incidence of sore throat in our study could be because of the short duration of surgery, thereby resulting in less tissue damage, and the administration of succinylcholine, which enhanced the ease of placing the device.
Alqahtani, "Effect of dexmedetomidine premedication on the intraocular pressure changes after succinylcholine and intubation," British Journal of Anaesthesia, vol.
Succinylcholine is a depolarizing neuromuscular blocker that is primarily used to facilitate tracheal intubation through paralysis.
Blind nasotracheal intubation: a comparative study of with and without succinylcholine. Med J 2006; 13:669-57.
Succinylcholine, commonly used for neuromuscular blockade, can cause PORML with or without features of malignant hyperthermia.
The incentive for this was to distinguish the apnoea following succinylcholine from residual narcotisation.
Priming atracurium with 0.05mg/kg could shorten the intubating time of atracurium itself,11 although atracurium with priming technique was still slower than suxamethanium over onset time, it was still an optimal choice of rapid sequence inducing under the condition of succinylcholine contraindication.12
Succinylcholine is a popular and widely used drug in anaesthesia practice as it provides the ideal intubating conditions for short and emergency surgical procedures.
Rapid-sequence intubation of head trauma patients: prevention of fasciculations with pancuronium versus minidose succinylcholine. Ann Emerg Med.
(10) The most common muscle relaxant is succinylcholine, (15) which also reduces delirium in patients with post-ECT agitation.