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Atropen Drug Description
AtroPen®
(auto-injector atropine) Injection
FOR USE IN NERVE AGENT AND INSECTICIDE POISONING ONLY

CAUTION! PRIMARY PROTECTION AGAINST EXPOSURE TO CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS
AND INSECTICIDE POISONING IS THE WEARING OF PROTECTIVE GARMENTS INCLUDING
MASKS DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS USE.
INDIVIDUALS SHOULD NOT RELY SOLELY UPON ANTIDOTES SUCH AS ATROPINE AND
PRALIDOXIME TO PROVIDE COMPLETE PROTECTION FROM CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS AND
INSECTICIDE POISONING.
SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION AFTER INJECTION WITH ATROPEN®
.

A STERILE SOLUTION FOR INTRAMUSCULAR USE ONLY
DRUG DESCRIPTION
Each prefilled auto-injector provides a dose of the antidote atropine in a self-contained unit, specially designed for self or caregiver administration. Three strengths of AtroPen® are available; they are AtroPen® 0.5 mg, AtroPen® 1 mg, and AtroPen® 2 mg. When activated the AtroPen® 0.5 mg dispenses 0.42 mg atropine base (equivalent to 0.5 mg atropine sulfate), the AtroPen® 1 mg dispenses 0.84 mg atropine base (equivalent to 1 mg atropine sulfate), and the AtroPen® 2 mg dispenses 1.67 mg atropine base (equivalent to 2 mg atropine sulfate). Each AtroPen® delivers atropine in 0.7 mL of sterile pyrogen-free solution containing glycerin, phenol, citrate buffer and water for injection. The pH range is 4.0–5.0.
After the AtroPen® Auto-injector has been activated, the empty container
should be disposed of properly (see DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION). It cannot
be refilled, nor can the protruding needle be retracted.
Atropine, an anticholinergic agent (muscarinic antagonist), occurs as white
crystals, usually needle-like, or as a white, crystalline powder. It is highly
soluble in water with a molecular weight of 289.38. Atropine, a naturally occurring
belladonna alkaloid, is a racemic mixture of equal parts of d- and l-hyoscyamine,
whose activity is due almost entirely to the levo isomer of the drug. Chemically,
atropine is designated as 1 H,5 H-Tropan-3 –ol (±) -tropate. Its empirical formula
is C17H23NO3 and its structural formula is:







Last reviewed on RxList: 11/20/2008




Atropen Drug Description
AtroPen®
(auto-injector atropine) Injection
FOR USE IN NERVE AGENT AND INSECTICIDE POISONING ONLY

CAUTION! PRIMARY PROTECTION AGAINST EXPOSURE TO CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS
AND INSECTICIDE POISONING IS THE WEARING OF PROTECTIVE GARMENTS INCLUDING
MASKS DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS USE.
INDIVIDUALS SHOULD NOT RELY SOLELY UPON ANTIDOTES SUCH AS ATROPINE AND
PRALIDOXIME TO PROVIDE COMPLETE PROTECTION FROM CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS AND
INSECTICIDE POISONING.
SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION AFTER INJECTION WITH ATROPEN®
.

A STERILE SOLUTION FOR INTRAMUSCULAR USE ONLY
DRUG DESCRIPTION
Each prefilled auto-injector provides a dose of the antidote atropine in a self-contained unit, specially designed for self or caregiver administration. Three strengths of AtroPen® are available; they are AtroPen® 0.5 mg, AtroPen® 1 mg, and AtroPen® 2 mg. When activated the AtroPen® 0.5 mg dispenses 0.42 mg atropine base (equivalent to 0.5 mg atropine sulfate), the AtroPen® 1 mg dispenses 0.84 mg atropine base (equivalent to 1 mg atropine sulfate), and the AtroPen® 2 mg dispenses 1.67 mg atropine base (equivalent to 2 mg atropine sulfate). Each AtroPen® delivers atropine in 0.7 mL of sterile pyrogen-free solution containing glycerin, phenol, citrate buffer and water for injection. The pH range is 4.0–5.0.
After the AtroPen® Auto-injector has been activated, the empty container
should be disposed of properly (see DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION). It cannot
be refilled, nor can the protruding needle be retracted.
Atropine, an anticholinergic agent (muscarinic antagonist), occurs as white
crystals, usually needle-like, or as a white, crystalline powder. It is highly
soluble in water with a molecular weight of 289.38. Atropine, a naturally occurring
belladonna alkaloid, is a racemic mixture of equal parts of d- and l-hyoscyamine,
whose activity is due almost entirely to the levo isomer of the drug. Chemically,
atropine is designated as 1 H,5 H-Tropan-3 –ol (±) -tropate. Its empirical formula
is C17H23NO3 and its structural formula is:







Last reviewed on RxList: 11/20/2008




Atropen Drug Description
AtroPen®
(auto-injector atropine) Injection
FOR USE IN NERVE AGENT AND INSECTICIDE POISONING ONLY

CAUTION! PRIMARY PROTECTION AGAINST EXPOSURE TO CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS
AND INSECTICIDE POISONING IS THE WEARING OF PROTECTIVE GARMENTS INCLUDING
MASKS DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS USE.
INDIVIDUALS SHOULD NOT RELY SOLELY UPON ANTIDOTES SUCH AS ATROPINE AND
PRALIDOXIME TO PROVIDE COMPLETE PROTECTION FROM CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS AND
INSECTICIDE POISONING.
SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION AFTER INJECTION WITH ATROPEN®
.

A STERILE SOLUTION FOR INTRAMUSCULAR USE ONLY
DRUG DESCRIPTION
Each prefilled auto-injector provides a dose of the antidote atropine in a self-contained unit, specially designed for self or caregiver administration. Three strengths of AtroPen® are available; they are AtroPen® 0.5 mg, AtroPen® 1 mg, and AtroPen® 2 mg. When activated the AtroPen® 0.5 mg dispenses 0.42 mg atropine base (equivalent to 0.5 mg atropine sulfate), the AtroPen® 1 mg dispenses 0.84 mg atropine base (equivalent to 1 mg atropine sulfate), and the AtroPen® 2 mg dispenses 1.67 mg atropine base (equivalent to 2 mg atropine sulfate). Each AtroPen® delivers atropine in 0.7 mL of sterile pyrogen-free solution containing glycerin, phenol, citrate buffer and water for injection. The pH range is 4.0–5.0.
After the AtroPen® Auto-injector has been activated, the empty container
should be disposed of properly (see DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION). It cannot
be refilled, nor can the protruding needle be retracted.
Atropine, an anticholinergic agent (muscarinic antagonist), occurs as white
crystals, usually needle-like, or as a white, crystalline powder. It is highly
soluble in water with a molecular weight of 289.38. Atropine, a naturally occurring
belladonna alkaloid, is a racemic mixture of equal parts of d- and l-hyoscyamine,
whose activity is due almost entirely to the levo isomer of the drug. Chemically,
atropine is designated as 1 H,5 H-Tropan-3 –ol (±) -tropate. Its empirical formula
is C17H23NO3 and its structural formula is:







Last reviewed on RxList: 11/20/2008




Atropen Drug Description
AtroPen®
(auto-injector atropine) Injection
FOR USE IN NERVE AGENT AND INSECTICIDE POISONING ONLY

CAUTION! PRIMARY PROTECTION AGAINST EXPOSURE TO CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS
AND INSECTICIDE POISONING IS THE WEARING OF PROTECTIVE GARMENTS INCLUDING
MASKS DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS USE.
INDIVIDUALS SHOULD NOT RELY SOLELY UPON ANTIDOTES SUCH AS ATROPINE AND
PRALIDOXIME TO PROVIDE COMPLETE PROTECTION FROM CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS AND
INSECTICIDE POISONING.
SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION AFTER INJECTION WITH ATROPEN®
.

A STERILE SOLUTION FOR INTRAMUSCULAR USE ONLY
DRUG DESCRIPTION
Each prefilled auto-injector provides a dose of the antidote atropine in a self-contained unit, specially designed for self or caregiver administration. Three strengths of AtroPen® are available; they are AtroPen® 0.5 mg, AtroPen® 1 mg, and AtroPen® 2 mg. When activated the AtroPen® 0.5 mg dispenses 0.42 mg atropine base (equivalent to 0.5 mg atropine sulfate), the AtroPen® 1 mg dispenses 0.84 mg atropine base (equivalent to 1 mg atropine sulfate), and the AtroPen® 2 mg dispenses 1.67 mg atropine base (equivalent to 2 mg atropine sulfate). Each AtroPen® delivers atropine in 0.7 mL of sterile pyrogen-free solution containing glycerin, phenol, citrate buffer and water for injection. The pH range is 4.0–5.0.
After the AtroPen® Auto-injector has been activated, the empty container
should be disposed of properly (see DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION). It cannot
be refilled, nor can the protruding needle be retracted.
Atropine, an anticholinergic agent (muscarinic antagonist), occurs as white
crystals, usually needle-like, or as a white, crystalline powder. It is highly
soluble in water with a molecular weight of 289.38. Atropine, a naturally occurring
belladonna alkaloid, is a racemic mixture of equal parts of d- and l-hyoscyamine,
whose activity is due almost entirely to the levo isomer of the drug. Chemically,
atropine is designated as 1 H,5 H-Tropan-3 –ol (±) -tropate. Its empirical formula
is C17H23NO3 and its structural formula is:







Last reviewed on RxList: 11/20/2008




Atropen Drug Description
AtroPen®
(auto-injector atropine) Injection
FOR USE IN NERVE AGENT AND INSECTICIDE POISONING ONLY

CAUTION! PRIMARY PROTECTION AGAINST EXPOSURE TO CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS
AND INSECTICIDE POISONING IS THE WEARING OF PROTECTIVE GARMENTS INCLUDING
MASKS DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS USE.
INDIVIDUALS SHOULD NOT RELY SOLELY UPON ANTIDOTES SUCH AS ATROPINE AND
PRALIDOXIME TO PROVIDE COMPLETE PROTECTION FROM CHEMICAL NERVE AGENTS AND
INSECTICIDE POISONING.
SEEK IMMEDIATE MEDICAL ATTENTION AFTER INJECTION WITH ATROPEN®
.

A STERILE SOLUTION FOR INTRAMUSCULAR USE ONLY
DRUG DESCRIPTION
Each prefilled auto-injector provides a dose of the antidote atropine in a self-contained unit, specially designed for self or caregiver administration. Three strengths of AtroPen® are available; they are AtroPen® 0.5 mg, AtroPen® 1 mg, and AtroPen® 2 mg. When activated the AtroPen® 0.5 mg dispenses 0.42 mg atropine base (equivalent to 0.5 mg atropine sulfate), the AtroPen® 1 mg dispenses 0.84 mg atropine base (equivalent to 1 mg atropine sulfate), and the AtroPen® 2 mg dispenses 1.67 mg atropine base (equivalent to 2 mg atropine sulfate). Each AtroPen® delivers atropine in 0.7 mL of sterile pyrogen-free solution containing glycerin, phenol, citrate buffer and water for injection. The pH range is 4.0–5.0.
After the AtroPen® Auto-injector has been activated, the empty container
should be disposed of properly (see DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION). It cannot
be refilled, nor can the protruding needle be retracted.
Atropine, an anticholinergic agent (muscarinic antagonist), occurs as white
crystals, usually needle-like, or as a white, crystalline powder. It is highly
soluble in water with a molecular weight of 289.38. Atropine, a naturally occurring
belladonna alkaloid, is a racemic mixture of equal parts of d- and l-hyoscyamine,
whose activity is due almost entirely to the levo isomer of the drug. Chemically,
atropine is designated as 1 H,5 H-Tropan-3 –ol (±) -tropate. Its empirical formula
is C17H23NO3 and its structural formula is:







Last reviewed on RxList: 11/20/2008





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atropine also atropin n. A poisonous, bitter, crystalline alkaloid, C 17 H 23 NO 3 , obtained from belladonna and other related plants atropine: Definition from Answers.com


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atropine (ăt`rəpēn, –pĭn), alkaloid drug derived from belladonna belladonna or deadly nightshade, poisonous perennial plant, Atropa belladona, of the nightshade family. atropine definition of atropine in the Free Online Encyclopedia.





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