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  1. ... can be harmful in large amounts. They are: Atropine Diphenoxylate (an opioid) ... Medicines with these names contain atropine and diphenoxylate: Lofene Logen Lomanate Lomotil Lonox Other medicines may also contain atropine and diphenoxylate.
  2. ... discusses overdose of antidiarrheal drugs containing diphenoxylate and atropine. Both ingredients help slow intestinal movement. In addition, ...
  3. ... Wen L, Fong A, Goon YY, Tan D. Atropine for the treatment of childhood myopia: changes after stopping atropine 0.01%, 0.1% and 0.5%. Am ...
  4. Poisonous ingredients include: Atropine Hyoscine (scopolamine) Hyoscyamine Tropane alkaloids Note: This list may not include all poisonous ingredients.
  5. ... You may also be given a medicine called atropine before receiving Tensilon so that you do not ... slight feeling of increased heart rate, especially if atropine is not given first.
  6. ... suggest include: Anticholinergic medicines (dicyclomine, propantheline, belladonna, and hyoscyamine) taken about a half-hour before eating to ...
  7. ... is more severe. Medicines such as cholestyramine, diphenoxylate-atropine, loperamide, or sucralfate may help. Thermal therapy (argon ...
  8. ... is causing AD, drugs called anticholinergics (such as atropine) may be used. Very high blood pressure needs ...
  9. The poisonous ingredients are: Atropine Solanine (which is very poisonous, even in small amounts)
  10. The poisonous ingredients are: Atropine Solanine (very poisonous, even in small amounts)
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