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Methylatropine nitrate : Therapeutic uses, Dosage & Side Effects

Methylatropine nitrate : Therapeutic uses, Dosage & Side Effects

Methylatropine nitrate (Atropine methonitrate) is a semi-synthetic anti-muscarinic cholinergic antagonist, used for for abdominal colics and hyperacidity.
Dose : 2.5-10 mg
Route : Oral, I.M.
Plasma Half-life : ?
Duration of action : ?
Bioavailability : ?
Chemical formula : C18H26N2O6
IUPAC name : 8-Azoniabicyclo[3.2.1]octane,3-(3-hydroxy-1-oxo-2-phenylpropoxy)-8,8-dimetyl-,endo-(±)-,nitrate
Trade name : Mydrindon, Spasmolysin, Butropina, Virulex Forte
Therapeutic uses : Methylatropine nitrate is used for for abdominal colics and hyperacidity.
Point of interest : It is less potent & longer acting than atropine.
Side effects : N/A
Contraindications :
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