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Development of an algorithm using clinical tests to avoid post-operative residual neuromuscular block

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urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-366529
Unterbuchner, Christoph ; Blobner, Manfred ; Pühringer, Friedrich ; Janda, Matthias ; Bischoff, Sebastian ; Bein, Berthold ; Schmidt, Annette ; Ulm, Kurt ; Pithamitsis, Viktor ; Fink, Heidrun
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Abstract

Background: Quantitative neuromuscular monitoring is the gold standard to detect postoperative residual curarization (PORC). Many anesthesiologists, however, use insensitive, qualitative neuromuscular monitoring or unreliable, clinical tests. Goal of this multicentre, prospective, double-blinded, assessor controlled study was to develop an algorithm of muscle function tests to identify PORC. ...

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