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Table 1 Symptoms and signs of organophosphorus poisoning

From: Parenteral organophosphorus poisoning in a rural emergency department: a case report

Muscarinic receptors Nicotinic receptors Central receptors
Cardiovascular Cardiovascular General effects
Bradycardia Tachycardia Anxiety
Hypotension Hypertension Restlessness
Respiratory Musculoskeletal Ataxia
Rhinorrhoea Weakness Convulsions
Bronchorrhoea Fasciculations Insomnia
Bronchospasm Cramps Dysarthria
Cough Paralysis Tremors
Gastrointestinal   Coma
Nausea/vomiting   Absent reflexes
Increased salivation   Respiratory depression
Abdominal cramps   Circulatory collapse
Diarrhoea   
Faecal incontinence   
Genitourinary   
Urinary continence   
Eyes   
Blurred vision   
Increased lacrimation   
Miosis   
Glands   
Excessive salivation