BT_GS 1.39 Reversal Agents

BT_GS 1.39 Describe the reversal of neuromuscular blockade using anti- cholinesterase agents, anticholinergics and sugammadex and the physiological effects of reversal

TRUE/FALSE Maximum effect of neostigmine reversal of rocuronium occurs after 10 minutes

TRUE/FALSE Neostigmine does not inhibit plasma (butyryl)cholinesterase

TRUE/FALSE Neostigmine can provoke bronchospasm

TRUE/FALSE Sugammadex should be avoided in patients with creatinine clearance of < 30mL per minute

TRUE/FALSE 4mg/kg of sugammadex is sufficient to reverse neuromuscular blockade with rocuronium if the post tetanic count is greater than 2

 

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