CONTROLLED MYOPLEGIA IN PEDIATRICS: EXISTING CLINICAL RECOMMENDATIONS AND REALITIES OF PRACTICE (Based on materials of professional Expert Boards of 2013-2014)

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The article deals with the data found in the course of two interviews with anesthesiologists within expert boards with 87 participants in total with different time record, age and professional level when estimating the usage of suxamethonium and nondepolarizing myorelaxants, methods and medicines in elimination of residual curarization, usage of monitoring during control of myoplegia level in children. The obtained results make us conclude that the majority of interviewed anesthesiologists never or seldom use suxamethonium in children and report residual curarization whereas 25% believe it to be insignificant, up to 60% prefer using different medications to eliminate it and around 30% never use hardware monitoring of myoplegia as they lack the possibility.

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V. V. Lazarev

Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education N.I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University of the Ministry of Health of Russia

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Russian Federation

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