Edrophonium for the antagonism of neuromuscular blockade in dogs.

Abstract

Neuromuscular, electrocardiographic and autonomic nervous changes were studied when edrophonium and four combinations of edrophonium and atropine were used to antagonise vecuronium-induced neuromuscular blockade in 87 dogs anaesthetised with halothane. Edrophonium (500 micrograms/kg body-weight) was given alone, or with atropine (40 micrograms/kg) or one… (More)

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@article{Clutton1994EdrophoniumFT, title={Edrophonium for the antagonism of neuromuscular blockade in dogs.}, author={Richard Eddie Clutton}, journal={The Veterinary record}, year={1994}, volume={134 26}, pages={674-8} }