SS_PA 1.51 : paediatric pharmacokinetics

As promised…

SS_PA 1.51  : Describe how the pharmacokinetics of drugs commonly used in anaesthesia in neonates and children differ from adults and the implications for anaesthesia

Neonates require larger doses of neuromuscular blockers per kg than adults   TRUE/FALSE

Neonates require larger doses of remifentanil per kg than adults   TRUE/FALSE

Neonates require a larger induction dose of thiopentone per kg than adults   TRUE/FALSE

Higher doses of EMLA can be more safely used in neonates than older children   TRUE/FALSE

Surgical stress decreases the concentration of alpha 1 acid glycoprotein   TRUE/FALSE

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