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Oral case 6

Created: 6/9/2004

Abnormal response to succinylcholine

Trismus and limb stiffness persist for three minutes following succinylcholine in a 3-year old male. Ventilation is easily maintained by mask.

1. What is your management?

2. Would you cancel the case?

3. Would you cancel the case if it was a ruptured appendix?

4. How would you then proceed?

5. What do you tell the family?

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