Atropine ® Injection
Atropine®-Jayson Inj. : Each mL contains
Atropine Sulphate BP 0.6 mg.
1. Cardiovascular disorders
It is used in a variety of disorders or circumstances
in which bradyarrhythmias occur. It is frequently
used in sudden onset bradyarrhythmias and
although it may also be employed for the initial
treatment of chronic arrhythmias, cardiac pacing
is generally preferred for long-term control.
Examples of acute use include the prevention and
treatment of arrhythmias associated with
anaesthesia, the treatment of other drug-induced
arrhythmias, and in cardiac arrest due to asystole.
It has been used in the management of bradycardia
of acute myocardial infarction; however,
caution is required, as it may exacerbate
ischaemia or infarction in these patients.
2. Anaesthetic premedication
It is given before the induction of general
anaesthesia to diminish the risk of vagal inhibition
of the heart and to reduce the salivary and
3. Anticholinesterase and mushroom poisoning
4. For control of muscarinic side-effects of neostigmine
in reversal of competitive neuromuscular block
Atropine®-Jayson Inj. :Box containing
10 x 1 mL Ampoules &
10 x 30 mL Vials.