Atropine Sulfate InjectionThis page contains information on Atropine Sulfate Injection for veterinary use.
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- Atropine Sulfate Injection Indications
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Atropine Sulfate InjectionThis treatment applies to the following species:
Atropine Sulfate Injection Caution:
Federal law restricts this drug to use by or on the order of a licensed veterinarian.
Atropine Sulfate Injection is used as a preanesthetic adjuvant or to reduce salivation, bronchial secretion or internal peristalis associated with colic or diarrhea.
Each Ml Contains
Atropine Sulfate 0.54 mg., Sodium Chloride 9 mg., Benzyl Alcohol (preservative) 1.5%, Water for Injection q.s.
Dogs and Cats - Inject 1 mL for each 20 lbs. of body weight.
As an antidote for parasymphathomimetic drugs, 1 mL for each 7.5 lbs. of body weight. It is suggested that 1/4 of the dosage be injected I.V. and remainder I.M. or S.C.
100 mL Sterile Multiple Dose Vials
Poisonous alkaloid. Keep out of reach of children. Antidotes: warmth, emetics, cholinergics.
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