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Pseudocholinesterase-mediated hydrolysis is superior to neostigmine for reversal of mivacurium-induced paralysis in vitro.

Pseudocholinesterase-mediated hydrolysis is superior to neostigmine for reversal of mivacurium-induced paralysis in vitro. Anesthesiology. 1996 Apr; 84(4):936-44.

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