atropinization


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at·ro·pin·i·za·tion

(at-rō'pin-i-zā'shŭn),
Administration of atropine or belladonna to the point of achieving the pharmacologic effect.

atropinization

(a″trŏ-pē-nĭ-zā′shŏn)
Administration of atropine until the desired pharmacologic effect is achieved.
atropinize (a′trŏ-pĭ-nīz″)
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The atropinization was maintained for 24-48 hrs with intermittent doses, every 15-30 minutes or depending on the need, and then tapered over days depending upon patients' response.
The atropinization was maintained for 24-48 hours with intermittent doses, every 15-30 minutes or depending on the need, and then tapered over days depending upon patient's response.
Speed of initial atropinization in significant organophosphorus pesticide poisoning--a systematic comparison of recommended regimens, J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 2004;42:865-75.
Thereafter, a bolus dose of atropine was administered after correcting cyanosis till signs of Atropinization (dryness of mucosa with or without pupillary dilation >7 mm and heart rate >140/min) appeared.
These are quite comparable to studies done by Singh et al (42), who showed that aggressive Atropinization improves survival in patients with OP poisoning.