Prozorovskii_1996_Eksp.Klin.Farmakol_59_64

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Title : [The comparative clinico-experimental characteristics of aminostigmine and galanthamine used for treating poisonings by choline-blocking substances]. [Russian] - Prozorovskii_1996_Eksp.Klin.Farmakol_59_64
Author(s) : Prozorovskii VB , Velikova VD , Pshenkina NN , Vasilenko ET
Ref : Eksperimentalnaia i Klinicheskaia Farmakologiia , 59 :64 , 1996
Abstract : The results of application of cholinesterase inhibitors, aminostigmin and galantamin, for treatment of acute poisoning with cyclodol, dimedrol, and solutan of moderately grave condition are presented. Aminostigmin was shown to exhibit the more pronounced stable and universal effect. The experiments in animals showed that aminostigmine affected peripheral and central M-cholinoreactive structures and conjugated with them more actively than galantamin. Aminostigmin, but not galantamin increases the rate of dopamine circulation and content of cyclic guanozinemonophosphate in frontal brain of rats, and this effect is exhibited even under the conditions of N-cholinoreceptor blockade with amizyl.
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Prozorovskii VB, Velikova VD, Pshenkina NN, Vasilenko ET (1996)
[The comparative clinico-experimental characteristics of aminostigmine and galanthamine used for treating poisonings by choline-blocking substances]. [Russian]
Eksperimentalnaia i Klinicheskaia Farmakologiia 59 :64

Prozorovskii VB, Velikova VD, Pshenkina NN, Vasilenko ET (1996)
Eksperimentalnaia i Klinicheskaia Farmakologiia 59 :64