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Comparison of Intubating Conditions at 60 Seconds with Different Doses of Rocuronium with the Timing Principle: A Randomised Prospective Study


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1 SSSIMS-RC, Davangere, India

A RSI is indicated during emergency. Succinyl choline is NMBD of choice for RSI, because of the quick onset and excellent intubating conditions. However it is desirable to look for an alternative due to its side effect profile. In our study we evaluate the intubating conditions with rocuronium at 0.6mg/kg and 0.9mg/kg at 60 seconds with the timing principle.


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Rocuronium, Train-of-Four.
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  • Comparison of Intubating Conditions at 60 Seconds with Different Doses of Rocuronium with the Timing Principle: A Randomised Prospective Study

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Suchetha
SSSIMS-RC, Davangere, India
A. Arun Kumar
SSSIMS-RC, Davangere, India

Abstract


A RSI is indicated during emergency. Succinyl choline is NMBD of choice for RSI, because of the quick onset and excellent intubating conditions. However it is desirable to look for an alternative due to its side effect profile. In our study we evaluate the intubating conditions with rocuronium at 0.6mg/kg and 0.9mg/kg at 60 seconds with the timing principle.


Keywords


Rocuronium, Train-of-Four.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18311/isacon-Karnataka%2F2017%2FFP076