What is the manufacturer of Atropine sulfate?
Asked by Kris Muirhead 1 year ago.
Lomotil is one form of Atropine sulfate. Just type the name on web site and you will find many manufacturers for this. Lomotil is one of many products that use atropine sulfate. Hope that helped you. Answered by Lewis Lutz 1 year ago.
There are many, many manufacturers of atropine sulfate. This is a generic name for a cholinergic muscarinic receptor antagonist. Answered by Justin Bergmeier 1 year ago.
APP, American Regent several manufacturers but I can only think of these two Answered by Earnestine Wrich 1 year ago.
What drug contains Acetaminophen / diphendramine / atropine sulfate and caffeine?
Asked by Annice Dahman 1 year ago.
Nothing I have heard of has acetaminophen/diphenhydramine/atropine/c... From what I saw on both The FDA and Health Canada web sites no drug is listed with a combination like that. Aside from the atropine the other medications are often in cold medications. Atropine is often mixed with drugs for GI problems and migraine however I can't find any evidence of a drug with all four substances. Answered by Michell Pantelakis 1 year ago.
Diphenhydramine Atropine Answered by Kaitlyn Marbley 1 year ago.
Exedrin? I know it has acetaminophen and caffeine. Diphenhydramine is in Benadryl as well as sleep aids. So, maybe Exedrin PM, if there is such a thing? Possibly Tylenol PM. Answered by Yon Kellerhouse 1 year ago.
Sounds like Tylenol cold medicine. Answered by Latoya Calaycay 1 year ago.
excedrin migraine has acetominophen, asprin, caffiene and maybe something else.. maybe one of those huge words is asprin. check into excedrin migraine Answered by Maragret Stratakos 1 year ago.
do you mean diphenhydramine? Answered by Amberly Murdough 1 year ago.
Can you guys rank from most to least the acid neutralizing ability of these drugs?
cimetidine, atropine sulfate and sodium bicarbonate
Asked by Asuncion Verdugo 1 year ago.
Sodium Bicarb, cimetidine, atropine. Sodium bicarb and cimetidine work in completely different ways though, so it's hard to rank the two. Sodium bicarb is the fastest of all of them, but cimetidine might be better at controlling acid long term. Answered by Angelica Papay 1 year ago.
Can I really buy SAL-TROPINE (Atropine Sulfate, USP) 0.4 mg Tablets without prescription online? If so, where?
I have asked my doctor today about SAL-TROPINE and he said that I can take it, but he told me that it's sold without prescription online, but when I went online right now it says the opposite, http://www.hopepharm.com/saltropine/available.html So what do I do? Thanks.
Asked by Vallie Molina 1 year ago.
Atropine is a prescription medication regulated by the FDA. If you live in the United States, it is illegal to use it without a prescription. Likewise, importing from a source outside the country is also illegal. Answered by Emelda Kerlin 1 year ago.
You can buy all manner of drugs online without prescription. Personally I don't think this is right as self medicating can be a dangerous thing with side effects etc. Try doing a google search for 'online pharmacy' and it'll come up with loads xxxx Answered by Holli Canedo 1 year ago.
Is the Pill imprint IG 275 (Hydroxyzine 10 mg) the same as SAL-TROPINE (Atropine Sulfate, USP) 0.4 mg Tablets?
Does the IG 275 (Hydroxyzine 10 mg) also reduce salivation? Thank you!
Asked by Kristyn Castillo 1 year ago.
Are they the same? No Atropine is an anticholinergic drug and hydroxyzine is an antihistamine with anticholinergic side effects.. Does hydroxyzine reduce salivation? Yes, but as a side effect not a direct effect like atropine does. Answered by Christia Mihaila 1 year ago.
Atropine has the effect of dilating the pupil: does this increase night sensitivity?
Atropine eye drops can dilate the pupil, that much I know. I've read that side effects include light sensitivity, which wouldn't be a good thing in daytime, but might not be so detrimental at night. Also, I've read unconfirmed reports that the effect was used to boost night vision in WWII.So, how...
Asked by Tabatha Stears 1 year ago.
Atropine eye drops can dilate the pupil, that much I know. I've read that side effects include light sensitivity, which wouldn't be a good thing in daytime, but might not be so detrimental at night. Also, I've read unconfirmed reports that the effect was used to boost night vision in WWII. So, how well does it work, if used in conjunction with other methods (vitamin-A supplements, etc.)? Answered by Markita Sabbah 1 year ago.
When a 1 per cent. aqueous solution of atropine sulphate is dropped in a man's eye, the pupil dilates in about fifteen or twenty minutes, but takes two hours more to reach the maximum dilatation. There is no effect on the other eye. If atropine is injected into an excised mammal eye, the pupil dilates, and if an animal is atropinized, stimulation of the third nerve, either central or peripheral to the ciliary ganglia, is without effect on the pupil. The action is, therefore, a purely peripheral one. But it is not a direct effect upon the muscle, for in the atropinized animal direct stimulation of the circular muscle results in contraction; therefore the site of the paralyzing action of the drug must be confined to the third-nerve endings or the neuromuscular junction. The dilatation from atropine is, therefore, the result of the unopposed action of the radial muscles. It is, however, frequently strong enough to break weak adhesions between cornea and iris, or to make an iris which is strongly attached at two points bow out between the points of attachment. The pupil gradually regains its power, but is not fully restored to normal for one or two weeks. That there is no stimulation of the radial mechanism is evident, for, after atropine, stimulation of the cervical sympathetic results in a still greater dilatation. A drug which causes dilatation of the pupil is called a mydriatic. Belladonna gets its name from this mydriatic action (bella, beautiful; donna, lady), which makes the eye seem bright and sparkling Answered by Emogene Seielstad 1 year ago.
How many ml of mso4 will u discard? How many ml of atropine will you discard?
Administer morphine sulfate 8 mg, and atropine sulfate 0.6 mg im on call or. You have available mso4 15 mg/ml and atropine sulfate 0.4 mg/cc. How many ml of mso4 will you administer? how many will you discard? How many ml of atropine sulfate will you administer? how many will yo dsicard?How do you do the math...
Asked by Jenifer Ebrani 1 year ago.
Administer morphine sulfate 8 mg, and atropine sulfate 0.6 mg im on call or. You have available mso4 15 mg/ml and atropine sulfate 0.4 mg/cc. How many ml of mso4 will you administer? how many will you discard? How many ml of atropine sulfate will you administer? how many will yo dsicard? How do you do the math to figure how much needs to be discarded? Answered by America Tieken 1 year ago.
This is pharmacology not chemistry, but still the same in nature. Morphine Sulfate. Need 8 mg, have 15mg/ml. so 8 mg / (1ml / 15mg) = .53333 ml To figure out what to discard you subtract total from what you want. So here you have 1 ml and you need .53333 ml to fill the order, 1 - .53333 = .46667 ml discarded Atropine Sulfate. Need .6mg, have .4mg/cc so .6mg/ (1cc/ .4mg) = 1.5 cc Since you have 2 containers of Atropine Sulfate at 1 cc each (2 cc total) [I'm guessing it wasn't stated] you'll give 1.5cc as you solved for and discard the other .5cc Answered by Domenica Whitis 1 year ago.
Types Of Atropine?
How many types of atropine are there? Which one of it diffuses in to the brain?
Asked by Page Mclean 1 year ago.
Let me try. Atropine is available as atropine sulfate which is available in different forms: 1. Injection 2. Ophthalmic solution 3. Ophthalmic ointment The injectable form diffuses more readily into the brain. Hope this helps. Answered by Doria Nelles 1 year ago.
Side effects of Atropine Sulfate eye drops?
My cat got diagnosed with pink eye and the vet gave me Atropine Sulfate 1% drops to give her once a day. The first day her only side effect was foamy mouth, the next day same thing, and today she got a foamy mouth AND she started throwing up. I don't know if that's normal or not. Please help, thanks! ♥
Asked by Enriqueta Fajen 1 year ago.
Call the vet. but most likely the drops down through the nasal passages and into her mouth causing a horrible taste that will make a cats mouth foam. It is always safest to ask the vet. Answered by Roberto Robichau 1 year ago.