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The animals were pretreated (Pretreat) iv with saline (C), 1 mg/kg atropine sulfate (AT1), 40 mg/kg dipyrone (Dp40), or a mixture of 1 mg atropine+ 40 mg/kg dipyrone (M40), and after 30 min, treated (Treat) iv with vehicle (V) or 0.
After a habituation period of at least 1 week, rats were anesthetized with pentobarbital (30-40 mg/kg ip) and every 30 min thereafter received an injection of atropine sulfate (0.
In a randomized clinical trial of 419 children less than 7 years old with amblyopia, they were assigned to receive either one drop per day of atropine sulfate 1% or patching.
The three most common medications that are used are scopolamine (scoh-POH-lah-meen), glycopyrrolate (glye-coh-PIE-roh-late) and atropine sulfate (EH-troh-peen suhl-fate).
The anti-diarrhea product Donnagel cannot contain atropine sulfate, hyoscyamine sulfate, or scopolamine hydrobromide.
today announced that its collaborators at the University of Pittsburgh (Pitt) have completed a Phase I study at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center with atropine sulfate delivered from the MicroDose proprietary dry powder inhaler (DPI).
Trobigard is designed for intramuscular self- or buddy-administration of atropine sulfate and obidoxime chloride for pre-hospital intervention.
5mg atropine sulfate was administered all routine biochemical and cardiac tests Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT ) aspartate aminotransferase (AST) Creatine Kinase