A Review on Model Based Neuromuscular Blockade Control System with Injector
|Dr. S.M. Deshmukh1, Prof. A.S. Patharkar2, Roshan M. Bodile3
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In surgeries by provision of substantial amount of drug to the patients a proper neuromuscular blockade level is achieved. Although each patient’s physique may differ from one another, but after some span of time even though same patient is considered the same drug results will be different. The factors taken under consideration include age, weight, sex and other physical attributes. The traditional practice of providing drug especially in long surgeries put the patients in risk. It is because of trial and error process comes into the pictures of Anaesthesia. The system aims to develop the controller which provides robustness against the variability of patient’s response to drug dosage under uncertain circumstances. The proposed system aims to satisfy different important goals as: Optimizing the amount of drug (atracurium) required which induces an adequate level of relaxation; the drug (isoflurane) required to provide unconsciousness and also the analgesia (lack of pain).