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Fig. 1 | BMC Anesthesiology

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From: Preparing for the unexpected: special considerations and complications after sugammadex administration

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The relationship between the total dose of rocuronium (mg/kg) needed to re-establish neuromuscular blockade and time interval (minutes) between sugammadex administration and re-administration of rocuronium. It was adapted from Iwasaki et al. [7]. In this study, 0.6 mg/kg re-established neuromuscular blockade within 3 min when it was administered >3 h after sugammadex reversal. Larger doses (0.9 or 1.2 mg/kg) were necessary to re-establish neuromuscular blockade when sugammadex was administered less than 2 h previously

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