Examples from the Web for physostigmine
Physostigmine contracts the iris to a point; the action is quite local, and is confined to the eye to which it is applied.
The respiration is at first accelerated by a dose of physostigmine, but is afterwards slowed and ultimately arrested.
There is a marked antagonism in nearly all important particulars between the actions of physostigmine and of atropine.
The clinical uses of physostigmine are based upon the facts of its pharmacology, as above detailed.
After subcutaneous or local application, a dilatation neutralised by physostigmine in moderate doses.