He used Merck's scopolamine at first, and later a solution made up after the formula of Straub of Freiburg, which is more stable.
Pentathol, scopolamine and the like; hypnotism and the polygraph.
The woman, however, after three doses of the scopolamine developed pulmonary edema.
We know the limitation of morphine and scopolamine and we cannot improve their use.
A woman's clinic was established at Freiburg where a combination of scopolamine and morphine was given.
The patient was a very fat negress who had collapsed after the use of scopolamine.
Old solutions of scopolamine decompose and give rise to toxic substances.
scopolamine sco·pol·a·mine (skə-pŏl'ə-mēn', -mĭn)
A thick, syrupy, colorless alkaloid extracted from plants such as henbane and used as a mydriatic, sedative, and truth serum. Also called hyoscine.
A poisonous, syrupy, colorless alkaloid extracted from plants such as deadly nightshade and henbane. Scopolamine depresses the central nervous system and is used primarily as a sedative and to dilate the pupils, treat nausea, and prevent motion sickness. Chemical formula: C17H21NO4.