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tracheobronchial, digestive and exocrine sweat glands). Adverse effect of pilocarpine.
(1967) 51, 183. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN THE INTRA-OCULAR USE OF It has been the custom in cataract surgery to instill pilocarpine (2 per cent.
Enhancement of miotic potential of pilocarpine by tamarind gum
sustained-release formulation of pilocarpine for clinical use. Keywords: Alginate glaucoma, in situ gelling solution, pilocarpine tamarind gum.
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The use of pilocarpine in these patients is not recommended. Child-Pugh Scoring System for Hepatic Impairment. Clinical and Biochemical.
Pilocarpine Nitrate and Psychostimulants
it "has few clinical uses and is perhaps not indis¬ pensable in medicine"—an opinion that may be partially responsible for its general disuse.

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Bradycardia and tachycardia have both been reported with use of Pilocarpine. .
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Jul 1, 2002 Studies have not been done to test the safety of pilocarpine use in pregnant Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing 8 (February 2004): 61–67.
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