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In pursuit of relaxationPAYNE, J. P.Anaesthesia. 1986, Vol 41, Num 9, pp 950-960, issn 0003-2409Article


Electrical and mechanical train-of-four responses during depolarizing and nondepolarizing neuromuscular blockadeWEBER, S; MURAVCHICK, S.Anesthesia and analgesia. 1986, Vol 65, Num 7, pp 771-776, issn 0003-2999Article

Succinylcholin: Quo vadis? = Succinylcholine : quo vadis ?BUZELLO, W; DIEFENBACH, C; ABEL, M et al.AINS. Anästhesiologie, Intensivmedizin, Notfallmedizin, Schmerztherapie. 1994, Vol 29, Num 2, pp 70-71, issn 0939-2661Article

Existe-t-il des particularités dans l'indication de la curarisation chez l'enfant ? = Are there particularities in the indication for neuromuscular blockade in children?GOVAERTS, M.Annales françaises d'anesthésie et de réanimation. 2000, Vol 19, pp 410-411, issn 0750-7658, SUP2Conference Paper

Muscle relaxants in pediatric anesthesiaFISHER, D. M.Anesthesia and analgesia. 1999, pp 22-29, issn 0003-2999, SUPConference Paper

Complicatons of muscle relaxantsBEVAN, D. R.Seminars in anesthesia. 1995, Vol 14, Num 1, pp 63-70, issn 0277-0326Article

Rapid tracheal intubation with atracurium : the timing principleKWONG FAH KOH; FUN GEE CHEN.Canadian journal of anaesthesia. 1994, Vol 41, Num 8, pp 688-693, issn 0832-610XArticle

Effects of an intubating dose of succinylcholine and atracurium on the diaphragm and the adductor pollicis muscle in humansPANSARD, J.-L; CHAUVIN, M; LEBRAULT, C et al.Anesthesiology (Philadelphia). 1987, Vol 67, Num 3, pp 326-330, issn 0003-3022Article

Une étude de l'interaction de la d-tubocurarine et du suxaméthonium en utilisant l'électromyographie chez l'hommeNINOMIYA, K.Masui. 1986, Vol 35, Num 1, pp 114-124, issn 0021-4892Article

Application of thermally stimulated currents method to study of the special glasses structureRYSIAKIEWICZ-PASEK, E.International symposium on electrets. 1999, pp 415-418, isbn 0-7803-5025-1Conference Paper

The thermally stimulated currents in irradiated polypropylene films charged in high electrical fieldsBORISOVA, M. E; GALUKOV, O. V; INOZEMTSEV, N. J et al.International symposium on electrets. 1999, pp 777-780, isbn 0-7803-5025-1Conference Paper

Different priming techniques, including mivacurium, accelerate the onset of rocuroniumMOHAMED NAGUIB.Canadian journal of anaesthesia. 1994, Vol 41, Num 10, pp 902-907, issn 0832-610XArticle

Neuromuscular blocking drugsBRANDOM, B. W.Anesthesiology clinics of North America. 1991, Vol 9, Num 4, pp 781-800, issn 0889-8537Article

Interaction between mivacurium and succinylcholineERKOLA, O; RAUTOMA, P; MERETOJA, O. A et al.Anesthesia and analgesia. 1995, Vol 80, Num 3, pp 534-537, issn 0003-2999Article

Comparison of the neuromuscular block induced by Mivacurium, suxamethonium or atracurium during nitrous oxide-fentanyl anaesthesiaCALDWELL, J. E; HEIER, T; KITTS, J. B et al.British Journal of Anaesthesia. 1989, Vol 63, Num 4, pp 393-399, issn 0007-0912Article

The influence of cold on the recovery of three neuromuscular blocking agents in manENGLAND, A. J; WU, X; RICHARDS, K. M et al.Anaesthesia. 1996, Vol 51, Num 3, pp 236-240, issn 0003-2409Article

Rapid induction sequence with vecuronium : should we intubate after 60 of 90 seconds?BOULANGER, A; HARDY, J.-F; LEPAGE, Y et al.Canadian journal of anaesthesia. 1990, Vol 37, Num 3, pp 296-300, issn 0832-610X, 5 p.Article

Les effets secondaires sévères des curares sont-ils différents selon l'agent de blocage neuromusculaire ? = Do the severe side effects of muscle relaxants differ according to the neuromuscular blocking agent?LEPAGE, J. Y; LAXENAIRE, M. C.Annales françaises d'anesthésie et de réanimation. 2000, Vol 19, pp 367-377, issn 0750-7658, SUP2Conference Paper

Neuromuscular blocking agents in paediatric anaesthesia : The paediatric patientFISHER, D. M.British Journal of Anaesthesia. 1999, Vol 83, Num 1, pp 58-64, issn 0007-0912Conference Paper

The effects of succinylcholine on doxacurium-induced neuromuscular blockadeKATZ, J. A; FRAGEN, R. J; SHANKS, C. A et al.Anesthesiology (Philadelphia). 1988, Vol 69, Num 4, pp 604-607, issn 0003-3022Article

Evolution spontanée de la paralysie obtenue par des doses équipotentes de vécuronium, atracurium, fazadinium, pancuronium, gallamine et d-tubocurarine = Spontaneous natural history of the muscle paralysis obtained by equipotent doses of vecuronium, atracurium, fazadinium, pancuronium, gallamine and d-tubocurarineBAURAIN, M; DERNOVOI, B; LEFEBVRE, R et al.Annales françaises d'anesthésie et de réanimation. 1987, Vol 6, Num 6, pp 493-497, issn 0750-7658Article

Potentialisation par le diltiazem du blocage neuromusculaire produit par le pancuronium ou le suxaméthoniumHASHIMOTO, Y; IRIMADA, T; TESHIGAWARA, T et al.Masui. 1986, Vol 35, Num 11, pp 1689-1693, issn 0021-4892Article

Practice parameters for sustained neuromuscular blockade in the adult critically ill patient : an executive summarySHAPIRO, B. A; WARREN, J; EGOL, A. B et al.Critical care medicine. 1995, Vol 23, Num 9, pp 1601-1605, issn 0090-3493Article

Neuromuscular blocking agents and sedative drugs : clinical uses and toxic effects in the critical care unitDURBIN, C. G.Critical care clinics. 1991, Vol 7, Num 3, pp 489-506, issn 0749-0704Article

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