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The Influence of Pancuronium on Primary Conjugated Bile Acids

  • A. Fassoulaki
  • T. Mihas
  • A. Mihas
  • P. Kaniaris
Part of the European Academy of Anaesthesiology book series (ANAESTHESIOLOGY, volume 3)

Abstract

Experimental studies have been reported in which a prolonged action of steroid neuro-muscular blocking agents followed bile acids administration(1, 2) A prolonged neuro-muscular action of pancuronium has also been detected in patients with biliary obstruction(3).

Keywords

Bile Acid Bile Salt Biliary Obstruction Serum Bile Acid Pancuronium Bromide 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Fassoulaki
  • T. Mihas
  • A. Mihas
  • P. Kaniaris

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