Evidence-based Practice and Neuromuscular Monitoring

Abstract

OVER the last years, a growing body of information has accumulated in the anesthesia literature about the advantages and pitfalls of various techniques used for quantitatively monitoring neuromuscular function in routine anesthetic practice and the associated incidence (and consequences) of residual neuromuscular block in the postoperative period. Many… (More)

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@inproceedings{Eriksson2003EvidencebasedPA, title={Evidence-based Practice and Neuromuscular Monitoring}, author={Lars I. Eriksson}, year={2003} }