acetylcholine chloride


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acetylcholine chloride

A salt solution of acetylcholine used in irrigation of the iris to produce contraction of the pupil after cataract surgery. The sterile solution is instilled in the anterior chamber of the eye before suturing.
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Drugs: The following agents were used: Acetylcholine chloride (Merck), Phentolamine methanesulfonate (CIJ3A Geigy), methoxamine hydrochloride (Burroughs Wellcome Co.), isoproterenol hydrochloride (Sigma), propranolol hydrochloride (Sigma), atropine (Sigma) and hexamethonium chloride (K & K Laboratories, Inc.).
For example, we acquired mass spectra and images from normal acetylcholine chloride (Ach-Cl) and deuterated acetylcholine (methyl-d9) bromide (Ach, d9-Br) that was dispersed on silicon wafers.
Acetylcholine chloride, atropine sulfate, dimethylsulfondioxide (DMSO), hexamethonium bromide, isoproterenol hemisulfate, nicotine, (Sigma Chemicals Co, St.