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Category: Critical Care Medicine-Neurologic Disorders--->Analgesia, Sedation and Neuromuscular Blockade
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Question 6#Print Question

Which of the following neuromuscular blocking drugs do not depend on hepatic or renal function for clearance?

a. Rocuronium
b. Cisatracurium
c. Vecuronium
d. Pancuronium


Question 7#Print Question

Which of the statements is true regarding the choice of pharmacological agents for treatment of hypo- or hyperactive delirium in patients presenting with respiratory failure or shock?

a. Use of Haloperidol is associated with shorter duration of delirium when compared with placebo
b. Use of Ziprasidone is associated with shorter duration of delirium when compared with placebo
c. Use of Haloperidol is associated with shorter duration of delirium when compared with Ziprasidone
d. The use of either Haloperidol or Ziprasidone does not result in shorter duration of mechanical ventilation when compared to placebo


Question 8#Print Question

Sugammadex has the HIGHEST affinity for which of the following neuromuscular blocking agents?

a. Rocuronium
b. Mivacuriam
c. Vecuronium
d. Cisatracurium
e. Atracurium


Question 9#Print Question

Which of the following would be the LEAST useful to use as an analgesic adjunct with the goal of reducing opioid consumption in the ICU?

a. Dexmedetomidine
b. Ketamine
c. Acetaminophen
d. Midazolam
e. Gabapentin


Question 10#Print Question

Which of the following medications has the HIGHEST increase in context-sensitive half-life during a prolonged infusion?

a. Ketamine
b. Midazolam
c. Propofol
d. Dexmedetomidine
e. Fentanyl




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