Victims were treated with atropine, which was somewhat successful in combatting the symptoms.
One contains no quinine at all—it is all morphine and atropine.
atropine or curare have no influence on the heart thus poisoned.
This may be relieved by the hypodermic injection of atropine.
After the atropine no lymph-flow occurs on stimulating the nerve.
The gold salt melts at 159°, and does not melt in boiling water like the atropine gold salt.
As for your betrothed, you shall give him a dose of curare or atropine.
If to the heart thus slowed, or even when recently stopped, a minute quantity of atropine be applied, it begins to beat again.
Atropin and atropine have been retained in both versions in this project.
The percentage of gold left on a combustion of atropine gold chloride is 31·35 per cent.
atropine at·ro·pine (āt'rə-pēn', -pĭn) or at·ro·pin (-pĭn)
An alkaloid obtained from belladonna and related plants, used to dilate the pupils of the eyes and as an antispasmodic, antisudorific, and anticholinergic.