TITLE

Comparación de rocuronio y suxametonio evaluando calidad de intubación y efectos adversos en pacientes sometidos a cirugía

AUTHOR(S)
Patán-Sánchez, Paola; Vélez-Trejo, Teresa; San Germán-Trejo, Luz Ma.
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Revista Mexicana de Anestesiologia;jan-mar2009, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objectives: To compare the clinical intubation conditions through the sketch of Domoaol between succinilcoline (suxamethonium) and rocuronium bromide at 60 seconds after their appliance, and to evaluate the side effects of such mentioned drugs. Material and methods: This was a prospective, transversal, comparative, and open study performed on 60 patients subjected to programmed surgeries, without any kind of difficulty for intubation. The patients were from both sexes, with an age ranging from 18 to 65 years old, ASA E I y II, and they were pre-medicated with midazolam (0.05 mg/kg IV); they had a noninvasive monitoring, and the induction with fentanyl (3 µg/kg), propofol (2 mg/kg IV) was randomly divided in the A group (Succinilcoline 1 mg/kg) an B group (Rocuronium 0.06 mg/kg). The results were recorded on the data collection sheet. Results: The intubation conditions for both groups were considered between good and excellent. Adverse effects were found in the 90% of the patients in A group, while in B group they were not present. Conclusion: Rocuronium bromide is one of the nondepolarizing neuromuscular relaxants that presents a quicker starting point of action and seems to be a valid option when it is necessary to obtain the upper respiratory tract very quickly.
ACCESSION #
52767841

 

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