Levamisole in steroid dependent nephrotic syndrome

In 2007, Michael Munro, a Scottish neonatologist at Aberdeen Maternity Hospital, was cleared of malpractice by the GMC Fitness to Practice panel after giving 23 times the standard dose of pancuronium to two dying neonates . In the final minutes of life, each baby was suffering from agonal gasping and violent body spasms, which was highly distressing for the parents to witness. Munro administered pancuronium to the babies after advising the parents that this would ease their suffering and could also hasten death. [3] [4] It is on record that neither of the children's parents was unhappy with Dr Munro's treatment of their babies. [5]

Levamisole in steroid dependent nephrotic syndrome

levamisole in steroid dependent nephrotic syndrome

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