atropine sulfate


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atropine sulfate

[′a·trə‚pēn ′səl‚fāt]
(pharmacology)
C34H48N2O10S In the hydrate form the compound is either granules or powder; melting point is 190-194°C; used as an anticholinergic drug for humans and as an anticholinergic drug and smooth muscle relaxant drug for animals.
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The animals were pretreated (Pretreat) iv with saline (C), 1 mg/kg atropine sulfate (AT1), 80 mg/kg dipyrone (Dp80), or a mixture of 1 mg atropine + 80 mg/kg dipyrone (M80) and, after 30 min, treated (Treat) iv with vehicle (V) or 1 U/kg insulin (1U).
However the consequences of toxin intake have a life-threating potential no cases of death have been reported yet and almost in all cases positive results were achieved with the administration of atropine sulfate and parenteral fluid.
In the event of atrioventricular block, intravenous atropine sulfate can usually restore sinus rhythm, but in some refractory cases, vasopressor agents or a temporary pacemaker may be needed (5).
Atropine sulfate injection (Baxter Health Care, Deerfield, IL) was given at a dose of 0.
The company's first entry into the generics marketplace is diphenoxylate hydrochloride and atropine sulfate tablets USP.
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