Atrium belongs to a group of medicines called muscle relaxants. It is used along with general anesthesia or sedatives to provide skeletal muscle relaxat... View More
Uses of Atrium
Side effects of Atrium
How to use Atrium
Your doctor or nurse will give you this medicine. Kindly do not self administer.
How Atrium works
Atrium relaxes the muscles by blocking the impulses from the nerves.
Intravenous Muscle relaxant in general anaesthesia, Endotracheal intubation, Aid controlled ventilation Adult: Initially, 300-600 mcg/kg as inj. Subse... View More
Mixed block with suxamethonium which is difficult to reverse with anticholinergic drugs. Ketamine may potentiate the effects of atracurium. Concurrent u... View More
Neonates; severe CVS disorders; renal or hepatic dysfunction; myasthenia gravis and other neuromuscular disorders; severe electrolyte imbalances; respir... View More
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Intravenous Muscle relaxant in general anaesthesia, Endotracheal intubation, Aid controlled ventilation Child: >2 mth: Initially, 400-500 mcg/kg as in... View More
General anaesthesia, Endotracheal intubation, Aid controlled ventilation
Pregnancy Category Note
Cutaneous reactions; bradycardia, transient hypotension in patients with CVS disorders; dyspnoea, bronchospasm; rash and urticaria.
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