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    Atropine 0.8 Mg/2 Ml (0.4 Mg/Ml) Intravenous Syringe

    conditions

    What conditions does Atropine 0.8 Mg/2 Ml (0.4 Mg/Ml) Intravenous Syringe treat?

    Sinus Bradycardia, Toxic Amount of Muscarine in the Body, Poisoning caused by Anticholinesterase Medication, Increased Production of Saliva, Reversal of Nerve Function Blockage that Affects Muscle, Overdose of Organophosphorous Agent

    atropine 0.8 mg/2 mL (0.4 mg/mL) intravenous syringe may also be used to treat:

    Additional X-Rays of the Stomach or Intestines, Additional Agent to Induce General Anesthesia

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