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Journal Article
Kopman AF, Kopman DJ, Ng J, Zank LM.  2005.  Antagonism of profound cisatracurium and rocuronium block: the role of objective assessment of neuromuscular function.. J Clin Anesth. 17(1):30-5.
Goudsouzian NG, Savarese JJ.  1994.  Antagonizing residual neuromuscular block with neostigmine and atropine.. Br J Anaesth. 73(5):725.
Belmont MR, Lien CA, Quessy S, Abou-Donia MM, Abalos A, Eppich L, Savarese JJ.  1995.  The clinical neuromuscular pharmacology of 51W89 in patients receiving nitrous oxide/opioid/barbiturate anesthesia.. Anesthesiology. 82(5):1139-45.
Savarese JJ, Ali HH, Basta SJ, Embree PB, Scott RP, Sunder N, Weakly JN, Wastila WB, el-Sayad HA.  1988.  The clinical neuromuscular pharmacology of mivacurium chloride (BW B1090U). A short-acting nondepolarizing ester neuromuscular blocking drug.. Anesthesiology. 68(5):723-32.
Basta SJ, Ali HH, Savarese JJ, Sunder N, Gionfriddo M, Cloutier G, Lineberry C, Cato AE.  1982.  Clinical pharmacology of atracurium besylate (BW 33A): a new non-depolarizing muscle relaxant.. Anesth Analg. 61(9):723-9.
Savarese JJ, Ali HH, Basta SJ, Sunder N, Moss J, Gionfriddo MA, Lineberry CG, Wastila WB, el-Sayad HA, Montague D et al..  1983.  The clinical pharmacology of BW A444U. A nondepolarizing ester relaxant of intermediate duration.. Anesthesiology. 58(4):333-41.
Savarese JJ.  1986.  Clinical relaxation: current controversy.. Can Anaesth Soc J. 33(3 Pt 2):S1-4.
Wastila WB, Maehr RB, Turner GL, Hill DA, Savarese JJ.  1996.  Comparative pharmacology of cisatracurium (51W89), atracurium, and five isomers in cats.. Anesthesiology. 85(1):169-77.
Baba H, Kohno T, Okamoto M, Goldstein PA, Shimoji K, Yoshimura M.  1998.  Muscarinic facilitation of GABA release in substantia gelatinosa of the rat spinal dorsal horn.. J Physiol. 508 ( Pt 1):83-93.
Lien CA.  2010.  Neostigmine: how much is necessary for patients who receive a nondepolarizing neuromuscular blocking agent? Anesthesiology. 112(1):16-8.
Okamoto M, Walewski JL, Artusio JF, Riker WF.  1992.  Neuromuscular pharmacology in rat neonates: development of responsiveness to prototypic blocking and reversal drugs.. Anesth Analg. 75(3):361-71.
Lien CA, Belmont MR, Roth DLWray, Okamoto M, Abalos A, Savarese JJ.  1999.  Pharmacodynamics and the plasma concentration of mivacurium during spontaneous recovery and neostigmine-facilitated recovery.. Anesthesiology. 91(1):119-26.
Savarese JJ, McGilvra JD, Sunaga H, Belmont MR, Van Ornum SG, Savard PM, Heerdt PM.  2010.  Rapid chemical antagonism of neuromuscular blockade by L-cysteine adduction to and inactivation of the olefinic (double-bonded) isoquinolinium diester compounds gantacurium (AV430A), CW 002, and CW 011.. Anesthesiology. 113(1):58-73.
Goldhill DR, Embree PB, Ali HH, Savarese JJ.  1988.  Reversal of pancuronium. Neuromuscular and cardiovascular effects of a mixture of neostigmine and glycopyrronium.. Anaesthesia. 43(6):443-6.