succinylcholine chloride


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succinylcholine chloride

[¦sək·sən·əl′kō‚lēn ′klȯr‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
[Cl(CH3)3N-(CH2)2OOCH2]2·2H2O Water-soluble white crystals with a bitter taste, melts at 162°C; used in medicine.
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Succinylcholine chloride is a white, odourless, slightly bitter powder and very soluble in water.
discussed with him his criteria for selecting victims and on one occasion gave him succinylcholine chloride - a drug authorities said Saldivar used to kill patients.
Limited Tenders are invited for inj succinylcholine chloride 50mg per ml vial of 2ml
Saldivar had said he injected his patients with either succinylcholine chloride or Pavulon, which are normally used to paralyze a patient before the use of artificial breathing equipment.
He said he killed some patients by blocking air to their breathing tubes and killed others by injecting them with the muscle-paralyzing drugs Pavulon and succinylcholine chloride.
Glendale Police have exhumed 20 bodies since April 1999 and have tested for succinylcholine chloride and Pavulon - two drugs Saldivar told Currie he injected into patients between 1989 and 1997.
Other respiratory therapists told Currie that Saldivar had a ``magic syringe'' and they had seen several vials of morphine and succinylcholine chloride in Saldivar's locker.