• Anesthesia and analgesia · Mar 2007

    Editorial

    Sugammadex: an opportunity to change the practice of anesthesiology?

    Miller enthusiastically states:

    “Sugammadex is likely the most exciting drug in clinical neuromuscular pharmacology since the introduction of atracurium and vecuronium in the middle 1980s.”

    ...and hints at where benefits may begin:

    “Will sugammadex’s increased effectiveness, in comparison to neostigmine, lessen the need for or use of monitoring neuromuscular function?”

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    • Ronald D Miller.
    • Anesth. Analg.. 2007 Mar 1;104(3):477-8.

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    Miller enthusiastically states:

    “Sugammadex is likely the most exciting drug in clinical neuromuscular pharmacology since the introduction of atracurium and vecuronium in the middle 1980s.”

    ...and hints at where benefits may begin:

    “Will sugammadex’s increased effectiveness, in comparison to neostigmine, lessen the need for or use of monitoring neuromuscular function?”

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