Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 011963/001.

Names and composition

"PHOSPHOLINE IODIDE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ECHOTHIOPHATE IODIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011963/001 PHOSPHOLINE IODIDE ECHOTHIOPHATE IODIDE FOR SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.125%
011963/002 PHOSPHOLINE IODIDE ECHOTHIOPHATE IODIDE FOR SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.03%
011963/003 PHOSPHOLINE IODIDE ECHOTHIOPHATE IODIDE FOR SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.25%
011963/004 PHOSPHOLINE IODIDE ECHOTHIOPHATE IODIDE FOR SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.06%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
011963/001 PHOSPHOLINE IODIDE ECHOTHIOPHATE IODIDE FOR SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.125%
011963/002 PHOSPHOLINE IODIDE ECHOTHIOPHATE IODIDE FOR SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.03%
011963/003 PHOSPHOLINE IODIDE ECHOTHIOPHATE IODIDE FOR SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.25%
011963/004 PHOSPHOLINE IODIDE ECHOTHIOPHATE IODIDE FOR SOLUTION/OPHTHALMIC 0.06%

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Answered questions

Which of the following is an eye medication that needs to be reconstituted?
Phospholine iodide Bacteriostatic water Actaminophen Amoxicillin Asked by Russel Shadow 1 year ago.

Your textbook or the notes in class should give exactly the answer that the teacher is looking for. It would be whichever one of them needs to have water/fluid added before it's taken, so I know it's not Acetaminophen (Tylenol). If you aren't sure or can't find it, you could ask your teacher for help, too. Good luck! Answered by Rodrick Elgen 1 year ago.

Amoxicillin suspension Answered by Corene Hilsinger 1 year ago.


~4~2~0~ What's the best way to clean my Mendo Mulcher herb grinder~?
TO: JOSH M. Marijuana is the only medicine that has ever helped me with my glaucoma. And if I were still taking Phospholine Iodide right now, then I would still be in pain, and would be suffering from many side effects. So, thank you for you concern, but you don't get the whole picture ; ) Asked by Yu Weld 1 year ago.

I just got a metal Mendo Mulcher herb grinder a few weeks ago... It worked smoothly the first 10 or so times, but now it has hash is the corners, and it cant glide smoothly... I tried to scrape it out, but its no use... its too thick! Is there something that I can soak it in over night that will loosen it up without damaging the metal? Please give me any help you can! Peace & Love! -Ms. Medical Answered by Carmelo Bannister 1 year ago.

I don't know about metal types, but you can get glass crystal clear by using a small amount of rock salt and some regular alcohol and swish it around. Answered by Breann Alberg 1 year ago.

Mendo Mulcher Answered by Laurena Metzler 1 year ago.

Don't know about the MMHG, but put salt rock and hot water in the glass and shake it up (sometimes in the store a big bag has been ripped and spilled, grab a hand full to try it out. If it works for you , you can buy the 50lb bag that it comes in.). Repeat a couple of times and GOOD AS NEW. Answered by Carolina Rovero 1 year ago.

420 clean mendo mulcher herb grinder Answered by Sabrina Coric 1 year ago.

I used to just use a $12 coffee grinder back in the day. It was black and Decker and came with a little brush that was handy for brushing stuff out. From what you are saying your stuff is pretty sticky, I also used to use simple green to clean just about all of my paraphernalia. Hope this helps. Answered by Wynona Deroberts 1 year ago.

420? YEah!!! lol.... you makin the hash? yes you can use dissolve it, you can pick it up at any walmart target etc just spray it in let it soak for a minute and rinse out with warm water repeat if necessary, works very good! The pipe will look as if you just bought it Answered by Randi Altheimer 1 year ago.

I just learned this the other day. Use dry uncooked rice. It will absorb all the oils too. save the rice! Answered by Kristeen Dary 1 year ago.

Here's an idea: stop smoking the crap, and you won't have to worry about it. Answered by Danette Ammons 1 year ago.


Pharmacology help please thank you?
Cholinergic Agents•How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see?•What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific)•What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers?•List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for.Anticholinergics•How does an anticholinergic work? What response... Asked by Dong Reksten 1 year ago.

Cholinergic Agents •How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see? •What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific) •What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers? •List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for. Anticholinergics •How does an anticholinergic work? What response do you see? •What are anticholinergics used for? •What SE are seen with anticholinergics? •List the anticholinergics. Know what each is used for. Answered by Bridgette Boisselle 1 year ago.

Cholinergic: These drugs contract the bladder, thus allowing complete emptying (muscle stimulant) What they do to the body/how it works: Salivation, Lacrimination, Urinary Incontinence, Diarrhea, Gastrointestional cramps, and Emesis Used for/simmilar drugs:*A cholinergic enhances parasympathetic responses*. The cholinergic muscle stimulants are used to diagnose and treat myasthenia gravis, a disease that causes severe muscle weakness. This class of drugs includes ambenonium chloride (Mytelase), edrophonium chloride (Tensilon), neostigmine (Prostigmine), and piridogstimina (Mestinœn). These drugs are also widely used in surgery, both to reduce the risk of urinary retention, and to reverse the effects of the muscle relaxant drugs that are used in surgery. Cholinergic drugs are also used in control of glaucoma, a disease that is caused by increased pressure inside the eye. The most common drugs used for this purpose are demecarium (Humorsol) and echthiophate (Phospholine iodide). Side effects: Cholinergic drugs may cause vomiting, diarrhea, watery eyes, headache, dizziness, irregular heartbeat, wheezing, and/or breathing problems. Anticholinergics How it works/What it's used for: Anticholinergic drugs are another group of bronchodilators that are different from the beta-agonists. While the beta-agonists affect the bronchioles (small airways), anticholinergics affect the muscles around the bronchi (large airways). When the lungs are irritated, these bands of muscle can tighten, making the bronchi narrower. Anticholinergics work by stopping the muscles from tightening. Side effects: The side-effects that are experienced include dry mouth, blurred vision (if spray comes in contact with the eyes), worsening glaucoma and dry cough. Men with prostate problems may find more difficulty urinating. Answered by Lamonica Cunard 1 year ago.


Which of the following is an eye medication that needs to be reconstituted?
Phospholine iodide Bacteriostatic water Actaminophen Amoxicillin Asked by Maritza Neis 1 year ago.

Your textbook or the notes in class should give exactly the answer that the teacher is looking for. It would be whichever one of them needs to have water/fluid added before it's taken, so I know it's not Acetaminophen (Tylenol). If you aren't sure or can't find it, you could ask your teacher for help, too. Good luck! Answered by Desmond Afurong 1 year ago.

Amoxicillin suspension Answered by Taryn Marcey 1 year ago.


~4~2~0~ What's the best way to clean my Mendo Mulcher herb grinder~?
TO: JOSH M. Marijuana is the only medicine that has ever helped me with my glaucoma. And if I were still taking Phospholine Iodide right now, then I would still be in pain, and would be suffering from many side effects. So, thank you for you concern, but you don't get the whole picture ; ) Asked by Ardith Rawlins 1 year ago.

I just got a metal Mendo Mulcher herb grinder a few weeks ago... It worked smoothly the first 10 or so times, but now it has hash is the corners, and it cant glide smoothly... I tried to scrape it out, but its no use... its too thick! Is there something that I can soak it in over night that will loosen it up without damaging the metal? Please give me any help you can! Peace & Love! -Ms. Medical Answered by Kimberlee Delauder 1 year ago.

I don't know about metal types, but you can get glass crystal clear by using a small amount of rock salt and some regular alcohol and swish it around. Answered by Leslie Crenwelge 1 year ago.

Mendo Mulcher Answered by Caroyln Traweek 1 year ago.

Don't know about the MMHG, but put salt rock and hot water in the glass and shake it up (sometimes in the store a big bag has been ripped and spilled, grab a hand full to try it out. If it works for you , you can buy the 50lb bag that it comes in.). Repeat a couple of times and GOOD AS NEW. Answered by Inger Harlow 1 year ago.

420 clean mendo mulcher herb grinder Answered by Darron Klinedinst 1 year ago.

I used to just use a $12 coffee grinder back in the day. It was black and Decker and came with a little brush that was handy for brushing stuff out. From what you are saying your stuff is pretty sticky, I also used to use simple green to clean just about all of my paraphernalia. Hope this helps. Answered by Marquetta Biegler 1 year ago.

420? YEah!!! lol.... you makin the hash? yes you can use dissolve it, you can pick it up at any walmart target etc just spray it in let it soak for a minute and rinse out with warm water repeat if necessary, works very good! The pipe will look as if you just bought it Answered by Renda Gagliardo 1 year ago.

I just learned this the other day. Use dry uncooked rice. It will absorb all the oils too. save the rice! Answered by Codi Delisle 1 year ago.

Here's an idea: stop smoking the crap, and you won't have to worry about it. Answered by Yuki Steidinger 1 year ago.


Pharmacology help please thank you?
Cholinergic Agents•How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see?•What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific)•What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers?•List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for.Anticholinergics•How does an anticholinergic work? What response... Asked by Bernardine Vrieze 1 year ago.

Cholinergic Agents •How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see? •What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific) •What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers? •List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for. Anticholinergics •How does an anticholinergic work? What response do you see? •What are anticholinergics used for? •What SE are seen with anticholinergics? •List the anticholinergics. Know what each is used for. Answered by Melba Duckett 1 year ago.

Cholinergic: These drugs contract the bladder, thus allowing complete emptying (muscle stimulant) What they do to the body/how it works: Salivation, Lacrimination, Urinary Incontinence, Diarrhea, Gastrointestional cramps, and Emesis Used for/simmilar drugs:*A cholinergic enhances parasympathetic responses*. The cholinergic muscle stimulants are used to diagnose and treat myasthenia gravis, a disease that causes severe muscle weakness. This class of drugs includes ambenonium chloride (Mytelase), edrophonium chloride (Tensilon), neostigmine (Prostigmine), and piridogstimina (Mestinœn). These drugs are also widely used in surgery, both to reduce the risk of urinary retention, and to reverse the effects of the muscle relaxant drugs that are used in surgery. Cholinergic drugs are also used in control of glaucoma, a disease that is caused by increased pressure inside the eye. The most common drugs used for this purpose are demecarium (Humorsol) and echthiophate (Phospholine iodide). Side effects: Cholinergic drugs may cause vomiting, diarrhea, watery eyes, headache, dizziness, irregular heartbeat, wheezing, and/or breathing problems. Anticholinergics How it works/What it's used for: Anticholinergic drugs are another group of bronchodilators that are different from the beta-agonists. While the beta-agonists affect the bronchioles (small airways), anticholinergics affect the muscles around the bronchi (large airways). When the lungs are irritated, these bands of muscle can tighten, making the bronchi narrower. Anticholinergics work by stopping the muscles from tightening. Side effects: The side-effects that are experienced include dry mouth, blurred vision (if spray comes in contact with the eyes), worsening glaucoma and dry cough. Men with prostate problems may find more difficulty urinating. Answered by Alesia Shanna 1 year ago.


Which of the following is an eye medication that needs to be reconstituted?
Phospholine iodide Bacteriostatic water Actaminophen Amoxicillin Asked by Marjory Daye 1 year ago.

Your textbook or the notes in class should give exactly the answer that the teacher is looking for. It would be whichever one of them needs to have water/fluid added before it's taken, so I know it's not Acetaminophen (Tylenol). If you aren't sure or can't find it, you could ask your teacher for help, too. Good luck! Answered by Mitchell Gossom 1 year ago.

Amoxicillin suspension Answered by Boyce Mandry 1 year ago.


~4~2~0~ What's the best way to clean my Mendo Mulcher herb grinder~?
TO: JOSH M. Marijuana is the only medicine that has ever helped me with my glaucoma. And if I were still taking Phospholine Iodide right now, then I would still be in pain, and would be suffering from many side effects. So, thank you for you concern, but you don't get the whole picture ; ) Asked by Josphine Poirot 1 year ago.

I just got a metal Mendo Mulcher herb grinder a few weeks ago... It worked smoothly the first 10 or so times, but now it has hash is the corners, and it cant glide smoothly... I tried to scrape it out, but its no use... its too thick! Is there something that I can soak it in over night that will loosen it up without damaging the metal? Please give me any help you can! Peace & Love! -Ms. Medical Answered by Tobias Clayter 1 year ago.

I don't know about metal types, but you can get glass crystal clear by using a small amount of rock salt and some regular alcohol and swish it around. Answered by Carmella Chier 1 year ago.

Mendo Mulcher Answered by Wei Demaranville 1 year ago.

Don't know about the MMHG, but put salt rock and hot water in the glass and shake it up (sometimes in the store a big bag has been ripped and spilled, grab a hand full to try it out. If it works for you , you can buy the 50lb bag that it comes in.). Repeat a couple of times and GOOD AS NEW. Answered by Pura Taliulu 1 year ago.

420 clean mendo mulcher herb grinder Answered by Quinn Tobery 1 year ago.

I used to just use a $12 coffee grinder back in the day. It was black and Decker and came with a little brush that was handy for brushing stuff out. From what you are saying your stuff is pretty sticky, I also used to use simple green to clean just about all of my paraphernalia. Hope this helps. Answered by Vannessa Yochim 1 year ago.

420? YEah!!! lol.... you makin the hash? yes you can use dissolve it, you can pick it up at any walmart target etc just spray it in let it soak for a minute and rinse out with warm water repeat if necessary, works very good! The pipe will look as if you just bought it Answered by Annamae Patten 1 year ago.

I just learned this the other day. Use dry uncooked rice. It will absorb all the oils too. save the rice! Answered by Korey Sansing 1 year ago.

Here's an idea: stop smoking the crap, and you won't have to worry about it. Answered by Johanne Inabinet 1 year ago.


Pharmacology help please thank you?
Cholinergic Agents•How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see?•What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific)•What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers?•List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for.Anticholinergics•How does an anticholinergic work? What response... Asked by Nevada Rawdon 1 year ago.

Cholinergic Agents •How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see? •What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific) •What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers? •List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for. Anticholinergics •How does an anticholinergic work? What response do you see? •What are anticholinergics used for? •What SE are seen with anticholinergics? •List the anticholinergics. Know what each is used for. Answered by Rima Mustafa 1 year ago.

Cholinergic: These drugs contract the bladder, thus allowing complete emptying (muscle stimulant) What they do to the body/how it works: Salivation, Lacrimination, Urinary Incontinence, Diarrhea, Gastrointestional cramps, and Emesis Used for/simmilar drugs:*A cholinergic enhances parasympathetic responses*. The cholinergic muscle stimulants are used to diagnose and treat myasthenia gravis, a disease that causes severe muscle weakness. This class of drugs includes ambenonium chloride (Mytelase), edrophonium chloride (Tensilon), neostigmine (Prostigmine), and piridogstimina (Mestinœn). These drugs are also widely used in surgery, both to reduce the risk of urinary retention, and to reverse the effects of the muscle relaxant drugs that are used in surgery. Cholinergic drugs are also used in control of glaucoma, a disease that is caused by increased pressure inside the eye. The most common drugs used for this purpose are demecarium (Humorsol) and echthiophate (Phospholine iodide). Side effects: Cholinergic drugs may cause vomiting, diarrhea, watery eyes, headache, dizziness, irregular heartbeat, wheezing, and/or breathing problems. Anticholinergics How it works/What it's used for: Anticholinergic drugs are another group of bronchodilators that are different from the beta-agonists. While the beta-agonists affect the bronchioles (small airways), anticholinergics affect the muscles around the bronchi (large airways). When the lungs are irritated, these bands of muscle can tighten, making the bronchi narrower. Anticholinergics work by stopping the muscles from tightening. Side effects: The side-effects that are experienced include dry mouth, blurred vision (if spray comes in contact with the eyes), worsening glaucoma and dry cough. Men with prostate problems may find more difficulty urinating. Answered by Florida Rosenheim 1 year ago.


Which of the following is an eye medication that needs to be reconstituted?
Phospholine iodide Bacteriostatic water Actaminophen Amoxicillin Asked by Hue Deffibaugh 1 year ago.

Your textbook or the notes in class should give exactly the answer that the teacher is looking for. It would be whichever one of them needs to have water/fluid added before it's taken, so I know it's not Acetaminophen (Tylenol). If you aren't sure or can't find it, you could ask your teacher for help, too. Good luck! Answered by Shandra Laferte 1 year ago.

Amoxicillin suspension Answered by Danna Egner 1 year ago.


~4~2~0~ What's the best way to clean my Mendo Mulcher herb grinder~?
TO: JOSH M. Marijuana is the only medicine that has ever helped me with my glaucoma. And if I were still taking Phospholine Iodide right now, then I would still be in pain, and would be suffering from many side effects. So, thank you for you concern, but you don't get the whole picture ; ) Asked by Shantelle Kobylarz 1 year ago.

I just got a metal Mendo Mulcher herb grinder a few weeks ago... It worked smoothly the first 10 or so times, but now it has hash is the corners, and it cant glide smoothly... I tried to scrape it out, but its no use... its too thick! Is there something that I can soak it in over night that will loosen it up without damaging the metal? Please give me any help you can! Peace & Love! -Ms. Medical Answered by Xochitl Saldibar 1 year ago.

I don't know about metal types, but you can get glass crystal clear by using a small amount of rock salt and some regular alcohol and swish it around. Answered by Alana Dimarzo 1 year ago.

Mendo Mulcher Answered by Doloris Pieloch 1 year ago.

Don't know about the MMHG, but put salt rock and hot water in the glass and shake it up (sometimes in the store a big bag has been ripped and spilled, grab a hand full to try it out. If it works for you , you can buy the 50lb bag that it comes in.). Repeat a couple of times and GOOD AS NEW. Answered by Jonna Kruczek 1 year ago.

420 clean mendo mulcher herb grinder Answered by Sharika Serens 1 year ago.

I used to just use a $12 coffee grinder back in the day. It was black and Decker and came with a little brush that was handy for brushing stuff out. From what you are saying your stuff is pretty sticky, I also used to use simple green to clean just about all of my paraphernalia. Hope this helps. Answered by Hortencia Lighthart 1 year ago.

420? YEah!!! lol.... you makin the hash? yes you can use dissolve it, you can pick it up at any walmart target etc just spray it in let it soak for a minute and rinse out with warm water repeat if necessary, works very good! The pipe will look as if you just bought it Answered by Catina Haaker 1 year ago.

I just learned this the other day. Use dry uncooked rice. It will absorb all the oils too. save the rice! Answered by Renata Masson 1 year ago.

Here's an idea: stop smoking the crap, and you won't have to worry about it. Answered by Felisa Wedlock 1 year ago.


Pharmacology help please thank you?
Cholinergic Agents•How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see?•What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific)•What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers?•List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for.Anticholinergics•How does an anticholinergic work? What response... Asked by Jeniffer Prewitt 1 year ago.

Cholinergic Agents •How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see? •What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific) •What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers? •List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for. Anticholinergics •How does an anticholinergic work? What response do you see? •What are anticholinergics used for? •What SE are seen with anticholinergics? •List the anticholinergics. Know what each is used for. Answered by Anjelica Kesten 1 year ago.

Cholinergic: These drugs contract the bladder, thus allowing complete emptying (muscle stimulant) What they do to the body/how it works: Salivation, Lacrimination, Urinary Incontinence, Diarrhea, Gastrointestional cramps, and Emesis Used for/simmilar drugs:*A cholinergic enhances parasympathetic responses*. The cholinergic muscle stimulants are used to diagnose and treat myasthenia gravis, a disease that causes severe muscle weakness. This class of drugs includes ambenonium chloride (Mytelase), edrophonium chloride (Tensilon), neostigmine (Prostigmine), and piridogstimina (Mestinœn). These drugs are also widely used in surgery, both to reduce the risk of urinary retention, and to reverse the effects of the muscle relaxant drugs that are used in surgery. Cholinergic drugs are also used in control of glaucoma, a disease that is caused by increased pressure inside the eye. The most common drugs used for this purpose are demecarium (Humorsol) and echthiophate (Phospholine iodide). Side effects: Cholinergic drugs may cause vomiting, diarrhea, watery eyes, headache, dizziness, irregular heartbeat, wheezing, and/or breathing problems. Anticholinergics How it works/What it's used for: Anticholinergic drugs are another group of bronchodilators that are different from the beta-agonists. While the beta-agonists affect the bronchioles (small airways), anticholinergics affect the muscles around the bronchi (large airways). When the lungs are irritated, these bands of muscle can tighten, making the bronchi narrower. Anticholinergics work by stopping the muscles from tightening. Side effects: The side-effects that are experienced include dry mouth, blurred vision (if spray comes in contact with the eyes), worsening glaucoma and dry cough. Men with prostate problems may find more difficulty urinating. Answered by Althea Kmiotek 1 year ago.


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