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*AdvaCare Atropine Injections are GMP certified.

**AdvaCare Atropine Injections are manufactured in our facilities located in China, India and USA.

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Bronchodilator, Anticholinergic

Active Ingredients:

Atropine Sulfate

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Product Information

General Information:
AdvaCare is a GMP manufacturer of Atropine injections.

Atropine is a naturally-occurring drug found in deadly nightshade, Jimson weed, and mandrake. It is generally considered to be an anticholinergic or antiparasympathetic drug. It is also termed anti-muscarinic since it antagonizes the muscarine-like actions of acetylcholine and other choline esters. Atropine mainly inhibits smooth muscles and glands. This injection is typically administered by a healthcare professional via a shot into the muscle or vein.

Atropine can also relax the GI tract and decrease activity of the urinary tract. In treatment of Parkinson’s disease, atropine can relieve symptoms of rigidity, tremor, salvation, and sweating. The atropine injection is commonly used in emergency settings for the treatment of bradycardia, or a slowed heart rate.

Side Effects:
As with all pharmaceuticals, some unwanted effects can occur from the use of atropine injections. Always consult a doctor or healthcare professional for medical advice before use.

Common side effects include: blurred vision, constipation, decreased sweating, dry mouth/throat, restlessness, itchiness, and upset stomach.

Seek medical attention if the following develop: allergic reactions, fast heartbeat, fainting, or seizures.

For a comprehensive list of all possible effects, consult your doctor. If any symptom persists or gets worse, or you notice any other symptom, then please call your doctor immediately.

Additional Information

Always consult a medical doctor or patient care specialist before using atropine injections.

Indications and Usage

Atropine injections are indicated to treat Parkinson’s disease, cardiac problems, bowel problems, and organophosphorus poisoning.

It is also used to reduce secretions and salivation of the respiratory tract before surgery. Atropine injection can also relieve the life-threatening effects of muscarinic agents.


It is contraindicated in patients with glaucoma, pyloric stenosis, or prostatic hypertrophy.


Do not take atropine injections if you:

  • Have glaucoma, asthma, or tachycardia;
  • Are allergic to atropine;
  • Have prostate or digestion problems.

Patients should be cautious of using atropine sulfate during pregnancy or breast feeding. Consult your doctor or health care professional before administering the atropine sulfate injection.

Driving or operating machinery should be avoided as it can cause drowsiness or blurry vision.

Atropine increases photosensitivity of the eyes, so it is important to wear sunglasses. Also, try to avoid the sun as much as possible to avoid heatstroke. Consult with your doctor about any medications you are taking before your treatment with atropine sulfate infection.

Keep this medicine away from the reach of children. The atropine sulfate injection should be only used as prescribed by your doctor.

Administration and Dosage

Refer to your doctor or pharmacist for guidelines on dosage. Do not exceed what they advise. Usual dose for adults is: 0.4 to 0.6mg for anti-muscarinic uses. Doses for children vary by weight ranging from 0.1 to 0.6mg. Doses less than 1.2mg are usually enough to treat bradycardia in adults.

Atropine can be poisonous in high doses and can be incapacitating at doses greater than 10mg.


Atropine can have many possible interactions with some drugs such as abatacept, acetaminophen, butalbital, caffeine, codeine, dextromethorphan, doxylamine, alfentanil, and aluminium hydroxide.

Consult with your doctor about medications you are taking or preexisting medical conditions you have before your treatment with atropine.

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