All the Active Ingredient Drugs
Antispasmodic. Atropine Sulphate 1 mg/ml, 20 mg / 10 ml. AMPS: 100. 0.4-0.10 mg by I.V. or I.M.
inject. Complete atropiniz. dose: 2mg I.V.
Relax. of spastic GI tract (e.g. pylorospasm),
biliary and GU tracts; reduct. of salivat. and
bronchial secret. combat CNS and periph.
toxic effects; suppress vagally-mediated
Anticholinergic agent. Atropine Sulphate 1 mg/ml. AMP. (sol. for IM, IV inj.): 5×1ml. Pre-anesthet. med.: Adults: 0.3-0.6 mg by IV inj. immed. before the anesthes. induct. or by IM inj. 30-60 min. before the induc.
Child.: 0.02 mg/kg (max. dose 0.6 mg).
Tmt. of sinus bradycard.: 0.3 and 1.0 mg IV.
Antidote in poison. by organophosphorus:
Adult.: 2 mg (IM or IV, taking into account the sever. of the poison.) every 5-10 min., until the skin becomes red and dry, the pupils dilate and tachycard. appears.
Child.: The 0.02 mg/kg.
Preanesthetic medication to decrease excessive salivation and secretions of the respiratory tract. Treatment of sinus bradycardia, particularly if complicated by hypotension.
Antidote in poisoning by organophosphorus.
C/I: Hypersens. Clos. ang. glauc., esophag. reflux, pyloric stenosis, GI obstruct., ulcerat. colit., prostat. hypertrophy, paralytic ileus, intest. atony.