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This ganglion blocker is well absorbed into the CNS
Post myocardial infaction, if SA and AV nodes are depressed, you can administer this drug parenterally
Contraindication: atropine in the eye
Drug: alpha agonist that can quickly cause mydriasis with less cycloplegia
receptor: myocardium, smooth muscle, nerves
Receptor: Glands, smooth muscle, endothelium
contraindication: atropine for the gut
AchE regenerator for poisoning
M1 and M3 operate through this pathway
Receptor: CNS, sympathetic ganglions, presynaptic sites, gastric secretions
Drug: prevents synechiae from forming in uveitis and iritis, longer lasting
Receptor: blocked to relieve bladder spasm without affecting the heart
ganglion blockers on the heart will cause this
excess ganglion blockers can cause this in the eye
These are two naturally occurring alkaloid muscarinic antagonists
paralysis of the ciliary muscle, resulting in the loss of accomodation
Immediately after applying atropine to the eye, you will see this due to inhibition of circular muscle
Receptor: decreases cAMP, increases K
Receptor: antagonize to treat irritable bowel syndrome, peptic disease, parkinson's disease
contraindication: atropine for the bladder
Drug: for examination of the retina, short acting mydriatic effect
after 4 days, atropine in the eyes will result in this, due to inhibition of the ciliary muscle
in regards to vasculature, ganglion blockers will cause

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