We would all be more likely to administer a poison if the antidote were immediately available. After watching this video it’s obvious there’s numerous factors at play. One may conclude this has nothing to do with Sugammadex – rocuronium was never administered – this is the point for discussion. (40seconds post propofol administration – unable to insert LMA) To state Sugammadex could have saved Elaine … Continue reading Could an un-opened box have saved Elaine Bromiley?
People are more likely to administer a poison when the antidote is immediately available. Anaesthetists are more likely to provide rocuronium muscle relaxation to their patients when Sugammadex is immediately available. Click here – could an un-opened box of Sugammadex have saved Elaine Bromiley? ‘No longer should Sugammadex be kept hidden away centrally in some locked cupboard, but available immediately to hand in the anaesthetic/operating … Continue reading Sugammadex