Bernhard Csillag Posted March 10 Share Posted March 10 … and how comfortable are you with your choice? So, we all know, that there has been and still is a wide variety of combinations for premedication for intubating a neonate - even more difficult when dealing with preterms. As far as I know, most current recommendations favour using an opioid, a muscle relaxants and mostly atropine. I “grew up” using thiopental and fentanyl +- Rocuronium and often times a second dose of fentanyl was needed until placing the tube (nasoteacheal) was tolerated. So for me, using Fentanyl and Rocuronium without an hypnoticum right away, makes me somewhat uncomfortable fearing too little medication effect and too much awareness. So, what is your combination and how do you feel using it? I’m curious …. 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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