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This technique provides an alternative pharmacological approach to facilitating tracheal intubation to the use of traditional intravenous induction agents and neuromuscular blocking drugs in paediatric patients.
Local anaesthetics impair neuromuscular transmission, which may enhance the effect of neuromuscular blocking drugs (1,2).
Attenuation of motor response during electroconvulsive therapy with neuromuscular blocking drugs is recommended to prevent injury during seizures (1).
Neuromuscular blocking drugs and their antagonists in patients with organ disease.
Neuromuscular blocking drugs, whether depolarising or non-depolarising, should be used with caution and the effects monitored in children with hyperekplexia.

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