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  • atropine
  • a poisonous crystalline alkaloid extracted from the nightshade family; used as an antispasmodic and to dilate the eye pupil; also administered in large amounts as an antidote for organophosphate nerve agents or organophosphate insecticides




  1. Atropine
  2. atropine
  3. atropine methonitrate
  4. atropine oxide
  5. Identification of alternatives: atropine.
  6. Identification of alternatives: atropine, lidocaine given diluted intrarectally as an enema.
  7. Additionally required for treatment of intraoperative bradydysrhythmias that are resistant to atropine.
  8. Its effects are similar to those of atropine although they last longer (six hours).
  9. Discussion of the specific advantages: glycopyrrolate has a limited central effect and is more suitable in conscious horses (before and after anaesthesia) than atropine.
  10. NOT APPLICABLE For use in homeopathic veterinary medicinal products prepared according to homeopathic pharmacopoeias, at concentrations in the products not exceeding one part per hundred only. NO ENTRY Atropine NOT APPLICABLE All food producing species No MRL required NOT APPLICABLE NO ENTRY NO ENTRY Avilamycin Dichloroisoeverninic acid Porcine, poultry, rabbit