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History of Muscle Relaxants
Physiology of Neuromuscular Transmission
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acetylcholine adequate alphaprodine analgesics anesthesia Anesthesiology anesthetic agent antagonists apnea assisted respiration atropine barbiturates benzoquinonium blood pressure Bovet cardiac cats cent choline cholinergic receptors controlled respiration convulsions curare curarine cyclopropane d-tubocurarine decamethonium decreased depolarizing depolarizing agents depolarizing muscle relaxants dimethyl tubocurarine dose of d-tubocurarine dose of succinylcholine doses of muscle drugs edrophonium endotracheal intubation endplate potential ether excretion fractional dose gallamine histamine histamine release hydrolysis inhibition initial dose injection intravenous barbiturates laryngeal spasm laudexium laxants minutes muscle fiber muscle relaxants muscular block muscular relaxation myasthenic myoneural neostigmine neuro neuromuscular activity neuromuscular blocking agents neuromuscular effect neuromuscular junction neuromuscular transmission nitrous oxide non-depolarizing agents non-depolarizing muscle relaxants oxygen paralysis paralyzing dose Paton Pharmacol pharmacological plasma cholinesterase activity potassium quaternary ammonium reflex respiratory activity respiratory center respiratory depression respiratory exchange respiratory rate short acting small doses spontaneous respiration structural formula succinyl succinylcholine succinylmonocholine surgery Suxethonium tetanus thiopenthal sodium tidal volume tion