Relaxing muscles during surgery or when using a breathing machine (ventilator). It is also used to induce anesthesia or when a tube must be inserted in the windpipe. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Anectine is a depolarizing muscle relaxant. It works by keeping muscles from contracting, which causes paralysis of the muscles in the face and those used to breathe and move.
Anectine is used to relax muscles in patients who are undergoing a surgery or patients using a breathing machine (ventilator). Anectine can also be given to induce anesthesia, which is a temporary state consisting of muscle relaxation and unconsciousness. Anectine affects skeletal muscle functions and lowers the muscle tone, that makes the facial muscles, and those used to breathe and move to get paralysed.