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Patients with Altered Sensitivity
Antagonists of Muscle Relaxants
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acetylcholine activity adequate Anaesth Analg anesthesia Anesthesiology antagonism antagonists antibiotics anticholinesterase apnea arrhythmias atropine atypical pseudocholinesterase blood Brit calcium cardiac cause choline cholinesterase Churchill-Davidson cinylcholine clinical controlled respiration convulsions curare d-tubocurarine d-tubocurarine chloride decamethonium decreased depolarizing depolarizing relaxants dibucaine dose of succinylcholine doses of d-tubocurarine drugs duration of action edrophonium effect of succinylcholine end-plate endotracheal intubation ether extraocular muscles Foldes fractional doses gallamine halothane hexafluorenium hyperventilation increased infants infusion inhalation anesthetic agents injection intraocular pressure intravenous Kalow Lancet minutes muscle pain muscle relaxants muscular relaxation myasthenia gravis myasthenic neomycin neostigmine nerve neuromuscular blocking action neuromuscular blocking agents neuromuscular effect neuromuscular transmission nitrous oxide-oxygen nondepolarization block nondepolarizing agents nondepolarizing relaxants normal oxygen paralysis patients percent Pharmacol pharmacologic Physiol postoperative potassium potential produced prolonged apnea pseudocholinesterase reported respiratory depression respiratory muscles sensitivity spontaneous respiration stimulation streptomycin studies succinyl succinylcholine surgery surgical suxamethonium technique tetanus Ther thesia thiopental tion