A comparative study of atropine methonitrate, salbutamol, and their combination in airways obstruction.

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Dose-response relationships of the cholinergic antagonist, atropine methonitrate, and the beta-adrenergic agonist, salbutamol, were examined by cumulative dose techniques. A wet aerosol, 1.5 mg atropine methonitrate produced a maximum response. The response to 200 microgram of salbutamol from a pressurised aerosol was close to maximum. Secondly, the… (More)

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@article{Pierce1979ACS, title={A comparative study of atropine methonitrate, salbutamol, and their combination in airways obstruction.}, author={Rob Pierce and Christopher Allen and Anne H Campbell}, journal={Thorax}, year={1979}, volume={34 1}, pages={45-50} }