The conventional therapeutic approach for the treatment of nerve gas exposure to atropine.

The conventional therapeutic approach for the treatment of nerve gas exposure to atropine, blocked the cholinergic receptors and pralidoxime or 2-PAM , which manage organophosphate organophosphorus compounds of the acetylcholinesterase explains Ehrich, provided The because the atropine can not be the blood-brain barrier , the other. Network brain capillaries with tight intercellular junctions, which is a biologically protective sheathe that pass some molecules to pass to pass but inhibits combine to create the other.

These agents act by inhibiting the production of the enzyme acetylcholinesterase, the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, an agent which metabolizes a critical role in the movement, and other physiological processes, such as respiration, digestion.

I to intercept the intercept organophosphates, said Ehrich, a former president the the 6300 – member associations Society of Toxicology, underlines the importance of developing countermeasures more effective than atropine.The American Association of Kidney patient announced the development of of AAKP Disaster Relief Fund with kidney disorders with kidney disease affected by Hurricane Katrina.

Cash donations can be made by check or credit card. All tests must include say Disaster Relief Fund the Memo field. Via credit card by credit card, normally Hurricane Relief link or call to AAKP National Office at 749-2257.. AAKP being the assumption monetary donations straight directly to patients with kidney diseases in the disaster zone. It it is estimated that more than 4,000 dialysis were concerned of Hurricane Katrina. Patients on dialysis need to dialysis sessions – generally several times a week – in order remove toxins from the body.

The Mississippi River residents, the devastation firsthand the devastation brought to Hurricane Katrina, said AAKP Chairman Brenda Dyson.