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Msucarinic Agonists: bethanechol (Urecholine)

What is the prototype drug for this category? bethanechol (Urecholine)
What does this drug stimulate? Receptors in the Genitourinary tract
What does this drug cause? Contraction of the bladder
What is this drug used to treat? Non-obstructive urinary retention
What is an adverse effect of this medication? Extreme stimulation
If extreme stimulation presents itself, what symptoms will be present? (5) 1.) Sweating 2.) Tearing 3.) Urinary urgency 4.) Bradycardia 5.) Hypotension
What part of the CNS does this drug activate? Parasympathetic NS
Do NOT give to patients with: (4) 1.) Urinary obstruction 2.) PUD 3.) Asthma 4.) Hyperthyroidism
What route is this medication given? Oral
When do you give this medication? 1-2 hours before OR after meals
Why would you NOT give with meals? Decreases absorption
How to you see if this medication is working? Monitor I&O
Created by: amydawsonpool13