MYO PYROLATE IV INJECTION is used to reverse the muscle relaxation produced by non depolarising muscle relaxants.
Side Effects :
MYO PYROLATE IV INJECTION is administered by injection into a vein by a doctor.
MYO PYROLATE IV INJECTION Neostigmine works by reversing the effects of muscle-relaxing action. Glycopyrrolate is anticholinergic which counteract some unwanted effects that may occur with neostigmine.
Pregnancy: Consult your doctor before using this medicine during pregnancy. Alcohol: Avoid drinking alcohol. Driving: Caution is advised as medicine may cause your eyesight to become weak and this could interfere with your ability to drive or operate machinery safely. Kidney: Use with caution in patients with severe renal impairment. LIver: Caution is advised in patients with liver disease as the medicine is metabolised through liver.
Tell your doctor if you : . are suffering from coronary artery disease, a heart attack, heart failure . have irregular heart beats or high blood pressure . have an overactive thyroid gland . have a high temperature (fever) . have Down’s syndrome which is mental retardation that interferes with the normal intellectual and physical development of a child . have problems with your stomach or bowels causing acid indigestion or loose stool . are suffering from epilepsy or Parkinsonism . suffer from a condition in which the acid from the stomach moves upwards in the food pipe resulting in severe heartburn (gastro-oesophageal reflux disease) . suffer from diarrhoea (loose watery stools) . suffer from ulceration of the intestine . have recently undergone a heart surgery . are administered inhalation anaesthesia (which causes temporary loss of bodily sensations)