How Does Atropine Work?
Atropine promotes blood flow when injected into the penis
Atropine is an antimuscarinic. It antagonizes the muscarinic effects of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine on postganglionic cholinergic nerves and smooth muscle. Atropine affects the heart, intestines, and muscles lining the airways.
Benefits of Atropine
Atropine is used to:
- Treat organophosphate poisoning
- Treat low heart rate
- Reduce salivation before surgery
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What is Atropine used for?
- Poisoning by susceptible organophosphate nerve agents
You should avoid Atropine if you are/have:
- Heart arrhythmia
- Heart disease
- Urinary retention
- Lung disease
- An allergy or hypersensitivity to atropine
What are the side effects of Atropine?
- Dry mouth
- Blurred vision
- Light sensitivity
- Decreased or absent sweating
- Loss of balance
- Skin rashes
- Fast heart rate
- Intestinal blockage
- Worsening urinary retention
- Thickened bronchial mucus
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