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Posted 26 Jun 2013 by • 4 answers
I had a horrible experience coming out of my first surgery in 2000 (tonsillectomy) in CA. My arms were flailing and I felt like I was seizuring, i couldn't breathe, panicky and couldn't talk in order to tell people what I was experiencing. The nurses rushed me to the recovery room, put ...
Posted 28 Jul 2009 by • 1 answer
Posted 26 Oct 2015 by • 1 answer
After a routine D&C, I had muscle myalgia. 5 days later and I am still not 100%. Any one know?
Posted 8 Apr 2010 by • 1 answer
... elimination ?
Posted 13 Sep 2009 by • 1 answer
Information gathering for a suspense novel.
Posted 16 Aug 2009 by • 2 answers
I was to have surgery - I was given 6 different anesthetics, including succinylcholine. I coded on the table.
Posted 15 Apr 2014 by • 1 answer
I was at hospital for low potassium level and was giving succinylcholine IV push by error. Med was ordered for patient needing to have vent insertion. It has been three days my legs and feet continue to be numb and very weak. I also have some difficulty breathing and chest pain is this normal.
Posted 9 Jan 2016 by • 2 answers
At age 15yrs, (1975) I had surgery on my knee. Was to be in Hosp 2-3 days but for unknown reasons after the surgery, very severe muscle pain and weakness caused me to be hospitalized for a week. Was given physical therapy and pain meds and then released. No further explanations. In 1980, I had a ...
Posted 30 Nov 2009 by • 1 answer
Posted 20 Apr 2014 by • 1 answer
I was wondering what side effects/symptoms would occur with the ingestion - whether mistakenly or accidentally - of succinylcholine chloride injection and how severe they would be.
Can succinylcholine be used in folks who are out of the acute phase of a burn (50 plus years later)?
Posted 2 Sep 2009 by • 1 answer
... years later
Posted 18 Nov 2009 by • 1 answer
Muscle relaxing drugs are adminstered to a patien during major surgery. Research two drugs commonly used in general major surgery give their common and chemical names.
Posted 13 Feb 2010 by • 1 answer
My father recently told me that he had surgery (I forgot what type) and flatlined. They revived him and he was later told that he had a reaction from the "succinylcholine"-a muscle paralyzing anesthesia. So when i went to go visit him, they (him and his wife) told me to inform my doctors, ...
Posted 4 Feb 2011 by • 1 answer
When I was revived after receiving succinylcholine during the birth of my daughter 28 years ago in William Beaumont Hospital, I was given a test I THOUGHT was called a succinylcholinease, as were other female members of my family. 3 of us were told that we did not have the enzyme to "burn it ...