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Manual evaluation of residual curarization using double burst stimulation: a comparison with train-of-four

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Manual evaluation of residual curarization using double burst stimulation : a comparison with train-of-four. / Drenck, N E; Ueda, N; Olsen, Niels Vidiendal; Engbaek, J; Jensen, E; Skovgaard, L T; Viby-Mogensen, J.

I: Anesthesiology, Bind 70, Nr. 4, 04.1989, s. 578-81.

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Drenck, NE, Ueda, N, Olsen, NV, Engbaek, J, Jensen, E, Skovgaard, LT & Viby-Mogensen, J 1989, 'Manual evaluation of residual curarization using double burst stimulation: a comparison with train-of-four', Anesthesiology, bind 70, nr. 4, s. 578-81.

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Drenck, N. E., Ueda, N., Olsen, N. V., Engbaek, J., Jensen, E., Skovgaard, L. T., & Viby-Mogensen, J. (1989). Manual evaluation of residual curarization using double burst stimulation: a comparison with train-of-four. Anesthesiology, 70(4), 578-81.

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Drenck NE, Ueda N, Olsen NV, Engbaek J, Jensen E, Skovgaard LT o.a. Manual evaluation of residual curarization using double burst stimulation: a comparison with train-of-four. Anesthesiology. 1989 apr;70(4):578-81.

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Drenck, N E ; Ueda, N ; Olsen, Niels Vidiendal ; Engbaek, J ; Jensen, E ; Skovgaard, L T ; Viby-Mogensen, J. / Manual evaluation of residual curarization using double burst stimulation : a comparison with train-of-four. I: Anesthesiology. 1989 ; Bind 70, Nr. 4. s. 578-81.

Bibtex

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abstract = "Double burst stimulation (DBS) is a new mode of stimulation developed to reveal residual neuromuscular blockade under clinical conditions. The stimulus consists of two short bursts of 50 Hz tetanic stimulation, separated by 750 ms, and the response to the stimulation is two short muscle contractions. Fade in the response results from neuromuscular blockade as with train-of-four stimulation (TOF). The authors compared the sensitivity of DBS and TOF in the detection of residual neuromuscular blockade during clinical anaesthesia. Fifty-two healthy patients undergoing surgery were studied. For both stimulation patterns the frequencies of manually detectable fade in the response to stimulation were determined and compared at various electromechanically measured TOF ratios. A total of 369 fade evaluations for DBS and TOF were performed. Fade frequencies were statistically significantly higher with DBS than with TOF, regardless of the TOF ratio level. Absence of fade with TOF implied a 48% chance of considerable residual relaxation as compared with 9% when fade was absent with DBS. The results demonstrate that DBS is more sensitive than TOF in the manual detection of residual neuromuscular blockade.",
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RIS

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T1 - Manual evaluation of residual curarization using double burst stimulation

T2 - a comparison with train-of-four

AU - Drenck, N E

AU - Ueda, N

AU - Olsen, Niels Vidiendal

AU - Engbaek, J

AU - Jensen, E

AU - Skovgaard, L T

AU - Viby-Mogensen, J

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N2 - Double burst stimulation (DBS) is a new mode of stimulation developed to reveal residual neuromuscular blockade under clinical conditions. The stimulus consists of two short bursts of 50 Hz tetanic stimulation, separated by 750 ms, and the response to the stimulation is two short muscle contractions. Fade in the response results from neuromuscular blockade as with train-of-four stimulation (TOF). The authors compared the sensitivity of DBS and TOF in the detection of residual neuromuscular blockade during clinical anaesthesia. Fifty-two healthy patients undergoing surgery were studied. For both stimulation patterns the frequencies of manually detectable fade in the response to stimulation were determined and compared at various electromechanically measured TOF ratios. A total of 369 fade evaluations for DBS and TOF were performed. Fade frequencies were statistically significantly higher with DBS than with TOF, regardless of the TOF ratio level. Absence of fade with TOF implied a 48% chance of considerable residual relaxation as compared with 9% when fade was absent with DBS. The results demonstrate that DBS is more sensitive than TOF in the manual detection of residual neuromuscular blockade.

AB - Double burst stimulation (DBS) is a new mode of stimulation developed to reveal residual neuromuscular blockade under clinical conditions. The stimulus consists of two short bursts of 50 Hz tetanic stimulation, separated by 750 ms, and the response to the stimulation is two short muscle contractions. Fade in the response results from neuromuscular blockade as with train-of-four stimulation (TOF). The authors compared the sensitivity of DBS and TOF in the detection of residual neuromuscular blockade during clinical anaesthesia. Fifty-two healthy patients undergoing surgery were studied. For both stimulation patterns the frequencies of manually detectable fade in the response to stimulation were determined and compared at various electromechanically measured TOF ratios. A total of 369 fade evaluations for DBS and TOF were performed. Fade frequencies were statistically significantly higher with DBS than with TOF, regardless of the TOF ratio level. Absence of fade with TOF implied a 48% chance of considerable residual relaxation as compared with 9% when fade was absent with DBS. The results demonstrate that DBS is more sensitive than TOF in the manual detection of residual neuromuscular blockade.

KW - Anesthesia

KW - Electric Stimulation

KW - Humans

KW - Monitoring, Physiologic

KW - Muscle Contraction

KW - Neuromuscular Blocking Agents

KW - Neuromuscular Junction

KW - Ulnar Nerve

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 2929994

VL - 70

SP - 578

EP - 581

JO - Anesthesiology

JF - Anesthesiology

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