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Muscarinic Antagonists: oxybutynin (Ditropan)

What is the prototype drug for this category? oxybutynin (Ditropan)
What does this medication do? Inhibits muscarinic receptors in the Genitourinary tract
What does this medication prevent? (2) Contraction of the bladder & the urge to void
What is this medication used to treat? Overactive bladder
What does the patient tell you that leads you to believe they have overactive bladder? They are getting up 3-4 times per night to pee
What adverse effects does this medication cause? Anticholinergic effects
What are anticholinergic effects? (3) 1.) Constipation 2.) Dry mouth 3.) Blurred vision
What CNS effects does this medication cause? (3) 1.) Constipation 2.) Dry mouth 3.) Insomnia
What would you educate the patient if they were taking this medication? To increase dietary fiber & fluid intake (to prevent slowing of peristalsis)
What medical conditions would contraindicate the use of this medication? (5) 1.) Glaucoma 2.) Myasthenia gravis 3.) Paralytic Ileus 4.) GU obstruction 5.) Urinary retention
Created by: amydawsonpool13