This piece, part 2 of 2, is a series of questions related to part 1; “Monitoring and management of neuromuscular blockade | EBPOM Chicago”.

This piece gets into the detail regarding one of the stand out moments of EBPOM Chicago 2020; questions from the online audience facilitate the discussion.

Given the fact that our methods of monitoring residual neuromuscular blockade are often inadequate do you transport and do you recommend routine transport to patients from the operating room to the post-anesthesia care unit?

Sugammadex is a unique drug that does exactly what we want it to do; why are alternatives still used and available?

Some wearables have accelerometer hardware, are you aware of, or do you know if anyone is studying, firm software solutions, marshaling this ubiquitous hardware?

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Presented by Sol Aronson, tenured Professor at Duke University, Glenn Murphy, Jeffery S. Vender Chair of Anesthesiology Research and Education and Director of Cardiac Anesthesia and Clinical Research at NorthShore University HealthSystem, a hospital affiliated with the University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine.