F F F T T All solutions of suxamethonium are destroyed by alkali, and should never be mixed with thiopentone.
Suxamethonium frequently causes bradycardia, especially with a second dose in children.
Thirty seconds after the injection of suxamethonium, the patient developed a bradycardia and suffered cardiac arrest.
It is metabolized by plasma cholinesterase (like suxamethonium ).
In these people non-specific plasma esterases help to clear suxamethonium from the blood.