Atropine overdose is a medical emergency and requires immediate treatment. The specific treatment depends on the severity of the overdose and the symptoms that the person is experiencing. In general, treatment may involve:

Activated charcoal: If the person has recently ingested atropine, activated charcoal may be given to absorb the medication and prevent it from being absorbed by the body.

Supportive care: The person may require supportive care such as oxygen therapy, mechanical ventilation, and fluid and electrolyte replacement.

Antidotes: In severe cases, antidotes may be administered to counteract the effects of atropine. Physostigmine is an antidote that may be used to reverse the effects of atropine overdose.

It’s important to seek medical attention immediately if you suspect an atropine overdose, as the condition can be life-threatening.