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used in treatment of Alzheimer's disease and glaucoma

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Physostigmine was used as positive control at the following concentrations: 2, 3, 4, 15, 30, and 40 [micro]g/0.
Salen, P, Shih R, Sierzenski P, Reed J Effect of Physostigmine and Gastric Lavage in a Datura Stramonium-induced anticholinergic poisoning epidemic.
They also used curare to paralyse the animals and physostigmine to reverse the curarisation (3).
Eadie, GS, "The inhibition of cholinesterase by physostigmine and prostigmine", Journal of Biological Chemistry 1942; 146: 85-93.
Asystole complicating physostigmine treatment of tricyclic antidepressant overdose.
Because of the risk of provoking convulsions, flumazenil is not recommended for reversal of benzodiazepine toxicity, and physostigmine does not have a recommended role in reversing GHB toxicity.
With the exception of animal-derived, digoxin-specific Fab antibodies to inactivate ingested plant-derived cardiac glycosides and physostigmine to reverse plant toxin-induced central anticholinergic syndromes, there are few remaining effective antidotes for most plant toxins.
Physostigmine, a cholinesterase inhibitor, was not used because of the self-limiting course.
This compound is considered to be more effective in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease (AD) and to have fewer limitations than physostigmine and tacrine (Gordon et al.
However, slowly administered intravenous physostigmine in 1 and 2 mg doses in an adult2 at 1- to 2-hour intervals and 0.
The Mestinon is a compound similar to physostigmine or neostigmine, which keeps what little acetylcholine there is in the synapse for as long as possible before it degrades.
Both scopolamine and physostigmine induced blood flow changes in limbic brain regions, but the flow pattems were different in cocaine addicts and healthy subjects.