Louis, MO, USA), 33 [micro]g/100 g body weight (bw); parathion (sc; Bayer, Santiago, Chile), 250 [micro]g/100 g bw; malathion (sc; Fyfanon TM, Cheminova, Denmark), 17 mg/100 g bw; atropine
(ip; Sigma), 250 [micro]g/100 g bw; combination of eserine and atropine
; and combination of malathion and atropine
at the dosages previously indicated.
I put in an IV,'' Roche said, ``and I gave him one milligram of atropine
Several reasons prevent widespread adoption of atropine
as a method of myopia control: risk of ocular and systemic side effects; possible rebound effect; and a poor understanding of the mechanisms by which myopia progression is being controlled.
At that point, neostigmine 30 [micro]g/kg and atropine
15 [micro]g/kg were given with the result that the rate of recovery increased and a TOF ratio of 100% was reached within five minutes.
injection by itself is effective only for a short time.
The agents--available under numerous trade names--include atropine
, belladonna, dicyclomine, glycopyrrolate, L-hyoscyamine, mepenzo-late, methscopolamine, propantheline, and scopolamine.
This immediate bronchoconstriction was inhibited by 49% (compared with untreated animals) in animals that were pretreated with budesonide, by 71% in animals pretreated with albuterol, by 58% in animals pretreated with atropine
, and by 47% in animals pretreated with diphenhydramine.
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and electric shock were administered before the patient was resuscitated.
They learn what to do if they're exposed to VX nerve gas: Get an injection of the antidote atropine
within three minutes or face an excruciating death just a few moments later.
The hand written Arabic-language notes state that elite units of the Iraqi military have been issued with new chemical warfare suits and supplies of the drug atropine
, used to counter the effects of nerve gas.
has obvious dual military and civilian applications (an antidote for nerve agents, it is also used to counter heart attacks and diarrhea).
A new study reported in the March issue of Archives of Ophthalmology found that atropine
eye drops placed once a day in the unaffected eye to treat amblyopia, or lazy eye, work as well as the standard treatment of patching one eye.
A medicine called atropine
is used to dilate the pupil and blur vision by temporarily weakening the focusing muscle inside the eye.
is a drug known to inhibit the progression of myopia in children; however, there are side effects associated with its use such as blurred vision and photophobia.