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a neurotransmitter that is a derivative of choline

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Treatment-naive patients taking mirabegron demonstrated statistically significantly greater persistence compared with those taking antimuscarinic drugs (Table 3, Fig.
Combining antimuscarinic drugs and behavioral interventions may produce more benefits than either approach alone.
Comparison of two antimuscarinic drugs, pirenzepine and propantheline, on gastric acid secretion, salivary flow and heart rate in patients with duodenal ulcer disease.
For these patients with pure SUI, additional treatment, such as antimuscarinic drugs, may be needed after the surgery.
Regional differences in motor responsiveness to antimuscarinic drugs in rabbit isolated small and large intestine.
Older antimuscarinic drugs lack selectivity for the M3 receptor, which regulates detrusor muscle function, and often cause collateral blockade of central muscarinic M1 receptors, with resultant cognitive impairment and sleepiness, explained Dr.
A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials with antimuscarinic drugs for overactive bladder.
In clinical practice, patients are considered to have refractory UUI if they have failed at least 2 adequate treatments of antimuscarinic drugs.