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Dose, pharmacology and pharmacokinetics parameters of ATREZA?

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Marvell 15 Oct 2009

Dose of Atreza (atropine)

* For oral dosage form (tablets):

o To treat duodenal or stomach ulcers, intestine problems, or urinary problems:
+ Older adults, adults, and teenagers—300 to 1200 micrograms (mcg) every four to six hours.
+ Children—Dose is based on body weight. The usual dose is 10 mcg per kilogram (kg) (4.5 mcg per pound) of body weight every four to six hours. However, the dose will not be more than 400 mcg every four to six hours.

* For injectable dosage form:

o To treat duodenal or stomach ulcers or intestine problems:
+ Older adults, adults, and teenagers—400 to 600 mcg injected into a muscle, vein, or under the skin every four to six hours.
+ Children—The dose is based on body weight. The usual dose is 10 mcg per kilogram (kg) (4.5 mcg per pound) of body weight injected under the skin every four to six hours. However, the dose will not be more than 400 mcg every four to six hours.

o To treat heart problems:
+ Older adults, adults, and teenagers—400 to 1000 mcg injected into a vein every one to two hours as needed. The total dose will not be more than 2 mg.
+ Children—The dose is based on body weight. The usual dose is 10 to 30 mcg per kilogram (kg) (4.5 to 13.6 mcg per pound) of body weight injected under the skin.

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