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M antagonist

Atropine important notes Block DUMBBeLS--> except excitation of skeletal m. and CNS(mediated by nicotinic receptors) Adverse effects: hyperthermia Rapid pulse dry mouth dry and flushed skin cycloplegia constipation disorientation angle closure glaucoma in elderly urinary retention in men with BPH
Benztropine, trihexyphenidyl Muscarinic antagonist--> effects in CNS Parkinson Dx
glycopyrrolate Muscarinic antagonist--GI, respiratory Parenteral: peroperative use to reduce airway secretions Oral: drooling, peptic ulcer
Hyoscyamine,dicyclomine Muscarinic antagonist--GI Antispasmodics for IBS
Ipratropium, tiotropium Muscarinic antagonist--Respiratory COPD, asthma
Oxybutyrnin, solifenacin, tolterodine Muscarinic antagonist--Genitourinary Reduce bladder spasms and urge urinary incontinence
Scopolamine Muscarinic antagonist--CNS Motion sickness
Atropine Muscarinic antagonist Uses: Treat bradycardia Ophthalmic applications Increase pupil dilation, cycloplegia Decrease airway secretions Decrease gut motility Decrease urgency in cystitis
Created by: Cdmac91