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New Aspects of Double Burst Stimulation

  • Naoyuki Ueda
Conference paper

Abstract

The double burst stimulation (DBS), introduced by Viby-Mogensen and his group, makes it easier to manually evaluate postoperative residual neuromuscular blockade than does using the Train-of- four (TOF) method. This lecture will focus on the recent developments of neuromuscular monitoring with double burst stimulation.

Keywords

Neuromuscular Blockade Neuromuscular Monitoring Double Burst Stimulation Muscular Blockade Post Anesthetic Care Unit 
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© Springer Japan 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • Naoyuki Ueda
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  1. 1.Department of AnesthesiologyKurume University School of MedicineKurume, Fukuoka, 830Japan

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