22 Aug 2013

The College of Anaesthesiologists, Singapore in collaboration with the Royal Perth Hospital and University of Western Australia is conducting a survey on the current use of neuromuscular blockade among anaesthesiologists (registrar and above) working in Singapore. The survey hopes to determine the current practice of the use of neuromuscular blocking agents, its reversal, monitoring and any residual effects that are seen with its use.


The survey contains 45 simple questions and can be completed in 10-15 minutes. I would like to appeal to your goodself to complete this survey at:




This survey is totally voluntary and anonymous, and we hope to garner as many respondents as possible. Your participation in this survey will help us understand current practice patterns and beliefs, and may potentially guide future neuromuscular blockade research and education, in endeavouring to reduce morbidity associated with its use and increase patient safety.


We will eventually present our findings to the Singapore anaesthetic community.


Thank you for your cooperation in making anaesthesia safer for our patients.


For the love of anaesthesia,


Dr Phillip Tseng
College of Anaesthesiologists, Singapore