Pralidot is a prescription medicine used in the treatment of poisoning caused by pesticides and chemicals that contain organophosphates. It is used in t... View More
Uses of Pralidot
Side effects of Pralidot
How to use Pralidot
Your doctor or nurse will give you this medicine. Kindly do not self administer.
How Pralidot works
Pralidot reactivates the enzymes blocked by many pesticides (organophosphates). It is an antidote used in the poisoning of these pesticides.
What if you forget to take Pralidot?
If you miss a dose of Pralidot, please consult your doctor.
Organophosphorous poisoning, Overdoses of anticholinesterase drugs used in the treatment of, myasthenia gravis.
IV Preparation Reconstitute by adding 20 mL SWI to the 1 g vial to provide a 50 mg/mL solution (do not use preservative-containing solutions) IV Adm... View More
Organophosphorous Poisoning For IV Infusion: Adults: 1-2 g IV as 15-30 min infusion, repeat a second dose of 1 g to 2 g may be indicated after about o... View More
Organophosphorous Poisoning For IV Infusion: Children > 16 years of age: 1-2 g IV as 15-30 min infusion, repeat a second dose of 1 g to 2 g may be ind... View More
Renal Impairment: Reduce dose
Carbamate pesticide poisoning, hypersensitivity.
Mode of Action
Pralidoxime reactivates cholinesterase outside the CNS which has been inactivated by phosphorylation due to organophosphate pesticide exposure-resulting... View More
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Drowsiness, dizziness, visual disturbances, nausea, tachycardia, headache, hyperventilation and muscle weakness. Potentially Fatal: Rapid admin cause... View More
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