The Monographs in Anaesthesiology series is designed to enable the anaesthetist, and others in the health services field, to stay abreast of the changing trends, advances and innovations associated with the research and developments in this clinical discipline. This monograph is devoted to neuromuscular blocking agents. It reviews the present state of receptor research, pharmacokinetic modelling, monitoring, analytical technology and clinical use of the neuromuscular blocking agents. Clinicians, scientists engaged in fundamental or applied research and students at the start of clinical or research training should find this volume of particular use.
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Clinical considerations in the rational use of neuromuscular blocking
Factors affecting the action of neuromuscular blocking drugs
Interactions of neuromuscular blocking agents in surgical patients
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