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A Mnemonic to remember Atropine effects With increasing dose=

"Some Medical Colleges Have Tall Smart CUte Boys"

S=Secretions decreased

M = Mydriasis & C= Cycloplegia

H = Hyperthermia

T = Tachycardia

S = Sedation

C = Constipation & U = Urinary retention

B = Behaviourial excitation & hallucinations.
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this is one of the cutest mnemonics I've ever seen
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