Pancuronium Bromide Injection is used to stop your muscles moving during surgery or in intensive care.

It belongs to a group of medicines called neuromuscular blockers, which work by stopping messages being sent from the nerves to the muscles.

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  • increased saliva
    rash or itching
    wheezing
    redness, pain or burning at the site of injection
    flushing
  • Pancuronium Bromide Injection will be given to you by an anaesthetist. It will not be given until you are asleep from an anaesthetic. It will be given by injection into your bloodstream. The dose you will be given will be carefully worked out depending on the procedure, and your body weight. Since Pancuronium Bromide Injection will stop your muscles moving, it will be necessary for the anaesthetist to help you breathe while you are being given it.