FAQs ABOUT VIBRO 4MG
What is the use of VIBRO 4MG?
VIBRO 4MG is a muscle relaxant used to relax your muscles and keeps your body still during a surgery. It can also be used during endotracheal intubation (a tube is placed into the windpipe) and during an operation as part of general anesthesia. VIBRO 4MG can be used in adults and in children (including newborns).
What VIBRO 4MG does to my body?
VIBRO 4MG is a muscle relaxant. It works by blocking the transmission of nerve signals from the nerve fibers to the muscles. As a result, it causes muscle relaxation and help you stay still during surgeries. VIBRO 4MG can also relax the muscles involved in breathing which facilitates easy fix of flexible plastic tube into the trachea during endotracheal intubation.
How long does the effects of VIBRO 4MG lasts long?
VIBRO 4MG is intermediate acting muscle relaxant with relatively short duration of action. The effects of VIBRO 4MG may begin to wear off after 10-15 minutes of administration. However, this period may also vary (from 25 min-45 min) depending upon the amount of the medicine that has been administrated to you.
What type of drug is VIBRO 4MG?
VIBRO 4MG is a muscle relaxant. It belongs to neuromuscular blocking agents, where it blocks the transmission of nerve signals from the nerve fibers to the muscles.
Why is VIBRO 4MG used before surgeries?
VIBRO 4MG is used prior to surgeries to relax your muscles and to make you immobile.
Why is VIBRO 4MG used along with anesthesia?
VIBRO 4MG is used along with anesthesia prior to the surgeries to relax your muscles and to make you immobile. It can also relax the muscles involved in breathing which facilitates easy fix of flexible plastic tube into the trachea during endotracheal intubation.
What are the side effects of VIBRO 4MG?
The most common side effects of receiving VIBRO 4MG are pain and irritation at the site of injection, muscle weakness, dizziness, low blood pressure and difficulty in breathing. Inform your doctor if any of these symptoms worsen.
Can VIBRO 4MG be reversed?
Yes. The effect of VIBRO 4MG reverses on its own and 25% of recovery is expected to occur in 25 to 45 min and 95% of recovery is expected to occur in 45 to 65 min.
Is VIBRO 4MG an anesthetic drug?
VIBRO 4MG is a muscle relaxant, used as an adjuvant with anesthetic medicine before undergoing a surgical procedure. It is not an anesthetic.
Will I be staying awake after using VIBRO 4MG?
VIBRO 4MG only relaxes your skeletal muscles and does not affect your consciousness. However, it might make you feel dizzy or faint. Moreover, VIBRO 4MG is used along with anesthetic medication to create numbness before surgery. The anesthesia used along with VIBRO 4MG might reduce your consciousness.
Is VIBRO 4MG safe for use in pregnant women?
VIBRO 4MG should be used in pregnant women only if it is considered necessary by the physician. Therefore, inform your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant before receiving VIBRO 4MG. Your doctor will decide the risks and benefits before administrating VIBRO 4MG to you. However, VIBRO 4MG can be used during a caesarean section in pregnant women under close supervision.