TOXOGONIN: BLOOD LEVELS AND SIDE EFFECTS AFTER INTRAMUSCULAR ADMINISTRATION IN MAN.
EDGEWOOD ARSENAL MD
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Toxogonin, when given intramuscularly to 10 healthy young men, produced blood levels of oxime more than five times higher than those produced by equimolar doses of 2-PAMCl. Associated side effects included tachycardia, hypertension, and dose independent symptom complex consisting of a peroral warmth, paresthesia and hypalgesia, and a menthol taste. Some of the published data on the relative effectiveness of Toxogonin and 2-PAMCl, reviewed in the light of the current study, offer substantial reasons for further inquiry into Toxogonins therapeutic potential. Author
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