High concentration causes tachycardia and could lead

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Unformatted text preview: . high concentration causes tachycardia and could lead to arrhythmias what is dangerous to a 68 y old person. on the other hand, low concentration is benefical for mild hypertension since enhance cholinergic action through baroreflex. 1. Based on the information provided- are there any concerns in regards to this individual taking scopolamine? Explain your reasoning for your answer. J Hypertens. 1998 Vesalainen et al Low-dose transdermal scopolamine decreases blood pressure in mild essential hyperte...
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