In this webinar, the speakers discuss an algorithm using quantitative neuromuscular monitoring to reliably detect and reverse a possible residual neuromuscular block in particular clinical solutions.
MD Professor of Anesthesia
Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine
School of Medicine
Technical University of Munich, Germany
Matthias Eikermann MD
Professor of Anesthesia
Harvard Medical School
Residual neuromuscular block poses an unnecessary threat to patients. The basic principle for preventing residual neuromuscular block is quantitative neuromuscular monitoring. Three methods of neuromuscular monitoring will be addressed in this webinar: AMG, KMG and EMG. The speakers will discuss a combination of both neuromuscular monitoring and reversal agents, in terms of an algorithm that can reduce incidence and severity of this unwanted anesthetic complication.
- Discuss the use of neuromuscular monitoring for the prevention residual neuromuscular block during anesthesia.
- Describe the three (3) technologies of neuromuscular monitoring
- Discuss the use of both neuromuscular monitoring and reversal agents in combination with an algorithm to reduce anesthetic complications
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