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Muskelrelaxanzien

  • B. Ulsamer
  • A. Doenicke

Zusammenfassung

Definition: Muskelrelaxanzien (MR) sind Substanzen, die eine reversible Lähmung der Skelettmuskulatur verursachen.

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