In their recent report on QT interval changes associated with droperidol, White et al.  1state: “Interestingly, despite the use of these high doses of droperidol as part of a neurolept anesthetic technique for more than 30 yr, there has not been a single report of a serious arrhythmia during or after anesthesia in the peer reviewed literature.” White made a similar statement in an editorial in 2002.2However, such a report was published in 2002.3 

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White PF, Song D, Abrao J, Klein K, Navarette B: Effect of low-dose droperidol on the QT interval during and after general anesthesia: A placebo-controlled study. Anesthesiology 102:1101–1105.
White PF: Droperidol: A cost effective antiemetic for over thirty years. Anesth Analg 2002; 985:789–90
Shigeyama T, Yanagidani T: Droperidol causes multifocal ventricular dysrhythmias. Masui 2002; 51:53–5