Sugammadex in airway rescue – case reports of success

We have identified several case reports in the literature where Sugammadex has successfully been used for airway rescue. Please let us know of any more:
 
We know of case reports where Sugammadex has been unsuccessful for airway rescue. Several factors appear to contribute – mechanical (as opposed to functional) airway obstruction, residual anaesthetic agents (opioids, hypnotics, volatiles, induction agents), time delays to obtaining and underdosing of Sugammadex.
It is important that clinicians are aware that Sugammadex will not rescue all failed airway events and that each case is assessed individually.

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