Keep Bridion Vials in Their Carton to Protect Them From Light

Bridion (BRID-ee-un, sugammadex) will be the first drug approved for reversing the effects of neuromuscular blockers in 30 years.

Think of Bridion as similar to neostigmine for reversing paralysis at the end of surgery.

Bridion acts faster than neostigmine...and may have fewer side effects. But it's more expensive and only works to reverse rocuronium and vecuronium...NOT cisatracurium or succinylcholine.

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