Reversal of non depolarising muscle relaxant is done by:
|A||Atropine and neostigmine|
|B||Atropine and glycopyrrolate|
|C||Atropine and pancuronium|
|D||Endophronium and neostigmine|
Atropine and neostigmine
a. Reversal of non depolarising muscle relaxant action is done by administration of neostigmine + atropine.
b. Neostigmine being an anticholinesterase, causes accumulation of acetylcholine at cholinergic synaptic clefts. This acetylcholine competes with the non-depolarising muscle relaxant and thus neuromuscular block is reversed.
c. Atropine, when administered with neostigmine, prevents any muscarinic side effects due to accumulation of acetylcholine at muscariuic sites.