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    Atropine Sulphate
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    Atropine Sulphate

    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

    Atropine Sulphate S.A.L.F 1mg/ml
    Raz Pharmaceutics
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    Atropine Sulphate S.A.L.F 1mg/ml

    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.

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    Multiple ingredients

    Nicotinic Acid 0.2% w/v, Pepsin 0.6% w/v, Sodium Glycerophosphate 0.8% w/v.
    ORAL DROPS: 40 ml. Child: 20-40 drops
    aft. meals; Inf: 5 drops bef. and aft. ea.
    Gastric indigest., gastroenterit.,
    meteorism, chron. constipat., vomit.,

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    Aminoalkyl Ethers. Doxylamine Succinate 20 mg, Pyridoxine (Vit B6) HCl 20 mg.
    ER Tabs: 50 X 20 mg / 20 mg. Init. 1 tab. At bedtime. on 1st day. If this dose adeq. controls sympt. the next day, cont. with 1 tab. dly. at bedtime. If sympt.
    persist. on 2nd day, incr. dly. dose to one tab. morning, one tab. at bedtime. see lit.

    tmt. of nausea and vomit. of pregn. in women who do not respond to conservat. Managem.
    C/I: Hypersens.
    MAOI use.

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    Antispasmodic. Mebeverine HCl 135 mg.
    TABS: 50 x 135 mg. 1 tab. 3 x dly, pref.
    bef. meals. When desired effects
    achieved, reduce dose grad. Child.
    under 10 yrs: Not recommend.
    Sympt. tmt. abdom. pain, bloating,
    abdom. distent. flatulence, other sympt.
    IBS, GI spasm second to organ. dis. as in
    diverticulit., Crohn’s dis.

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