Rapacuronium Side Effects
Applies to rapacuronium: intravenous powder for injection
Cardiovascular effects including hypotension (5.2%), tachycardia (3.2%), and bradycardia (1.5%) have been reported.[Ref]
Respiratory effect including bronchospasm (3.2%) have been reported.[Ref]
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It is possible that some side effects of rapacuronium may not have been reported. These can be reported to the FDA here. Always consult a healthcare professional for medical advice.
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