anticholinergic

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Synonyms for anticholinergic

a substance that opposes or blocks the action of acetylcholine

inhibiting or blocking the action of acetylcholine at a receptor site

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Physical side effects from anticholinergics include drowsiness, a dry mouth, blurred vision, constipation, urinary retention, decreased sweating, a raised body temperature, and an increased heart rate.
Benzodiazepines and opioids are medications most clearly associated with an increased risk for delirium, (3) although medications with significant anticholinergic properties have been associated with increased severity of delirium in patients with and without underlying dementia (4) and are consistently cited as common causes of drug-induced delirium.
This work adds to the evidence that anticholinergics should be avoided in a wide-range of populations, when possible, said one of the researchers Ian Maidment, senior lecturer in clinical pharmacy at Aston University in Birmingham, England.
Experts at the University of Washington school of pharmacy tracked the health of 3434 people over 65 and their use of anticholinergic drugs, such as the antihistamine diphenhydramine, for seven years.
Experts tracked the health of 3,434 over-65s and their use of anticholinergic drugs, like antihistamine diphenhydramine, for seven years.
The majority of children with neurogenic bladder (70-90%) are effectively managed with oral anticholinergics and clean intermittent catheterisation, avoiding the need for surgical intervention, e.
Cost analyses assumed that Botox patients incurred no additional costs between months 6 and 9 while those on anticholinergics incurred an additional 3 months of medication costs.
The timing of this manuscript is good since the use of anticholinergics to treat OAB often delays the offering of SNM early to those patients before the OAB condition becomes irreversible or even difficult to treat with SNM.
Anticholinergic medications, also known as muscarinic antagonists, are the mainstay pharmacotherapy for overactive bladder (OAB).
The proportion of women with complete resolution of urgency incontinence was 13 percent with anticholinergics and 27 percent with onabotulinum toxin-A.
The majority of a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel recommended that aclidinium bromide, an inhaled long-acting anticholinergic bronchodilator, should be approved as a treatment for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, with a postmarketing study that evaluates the cardiovascular safety of the drug.
Urinary retention is more common among men with benign prostate enlargement (BPH), and men in the study who used the inhaled anticholinergics and had signs of BPH were 81 percent more likely to develop urinary retention, according to the study, published May 23 in Archives of Internal Medicine.
The concentration of anticholinergics can vary over time and in different parts of a plant, with the seeds having the highest concentration, containing approximately 0.
Anticholinergics are a class of medications that inhibit parasympathetic nerve impulses by selectively blocking the binding of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine to its receptor in nerve cells.
However, anticholinergics improve the important patient-oriented outcome of quality of life without increasing the risk of all-cause mortality.