methylatropine

methylatropine

see atropine methobromide.
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Continuous ECG signals were recorded before and after intraperitoneal injection (8 mL/kg) of saline (n = 8), 5% dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) solution (n = 7), sympathetic blocker (atenolol, 5 mg/kg; n = 8), vagal blocker (methylatropine, 2 mg/kg; n = 9), or a combination of atenolol and methylatropine (n = 8).
As expected, sympathetic blockade with atenolol significantly increased the RR interval, whereas parasympathetic blockade with methylatropine resulted in a nonsignificant decrease in the RR interval (Figure 5A).