Pre-RN (Votes: 69)
RN - need BSN (Votes: 30)
BSN - Pre-SRNA (Votes: 393)
SRNA - (first year) - 'junior' (Votes: 170)
SRNA - (second year) - 'senior' (Votes: 83)
CRNA - ACT (Votes: 82)
CRNA - independent (Votes: 33)
CRNA - other? (Votes: 14)
May I ask which narcs you used during maintenance?ccrn_csc 27 Minutes Ago
I definitely understand why to use remi in this case. I was only trying to say that dosing remi at 5mcg/kg for intubation was above my higher limit. Iccrn_csc 29 Minutes Ago
You use it in this case to avoid NDMR. That is an easy call. Prop+Remi is a reasonable combo when the avoidance of any and all relaxants is needed. Asgaspass3 40 Minutes Ago
I agree. 5mcg/kg is one the higher side of my dosing, but even w 1mg/kg prop I've had issues w closed cords w 1mcg/kg remi. 2-3mcg/mg is reasonable toccrn_csc 1 Hour Ago
500 mcg of remi + 100 mcg fentanyl sounds generous.
wondering about the risk of opioid induced muscle rigidity in this patient...