Original Article

Concerning Some Physiologic Responses to a Succinylcholine Chloride Antagonist: A Report with Specific Reference to BW51-212

Authors: FREDERICK A. CARPENTER, M.D., WILLIAM H. GALVIN, M.D.

Abstract

The use of muscle relaxants may be accompanied by respiratory complications because of lessened pulmonary ventilation. As a result antagonists may be helpful aids.

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