Autonomic Pharmacology Section 11- Anticholinesterase Poisoning

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TOPICS: Anticholinesterase Poisoning, acetylcholine, organophosphates, insecticides, farmers, carbamate, muscarinic receptor stimulation, salivation, diarrhea, urination, miosis, bronchospasm, sweating, bronchorrhea, emesis, bradycardia, lacrimation, atropine, nicotinic effects, autonomic ganglia (nn), nmj (nm), succinylcholine, neuromuscular blockade, respiratory arrest, muscle weakness, fasciculations, flaccid paralysis, pralidoxime, quaternary amine, cns effects, coma, lethargy, seizures, central respiratory depression
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