Facilitation of procedures

The use of a muscle relaxant is highly desirable when certain invasive practical procedures (e.g. rigid bronchoscopy) are to be undertaken. Assisting ventilation

It is occasionally impossible for a patient to tolerate intermittent positive-pressure ventilation with sedatives alone. The result is marked swings in intrathoracic, intracranial, and intra-abdominal pressures as the patient attempts to breathe out of phase with the ventilator. Many consider the use of a muscle relaxant in patients with a raised intracranial pressure to be mandatory.

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