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a neurotransmitter that is a derivative of choline

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Antimuscarinic drugs, alone or sometimes in combination with intermittent catheterization (IC), are currently the first-line medical treatment in neurogenic LUTS (Level of evidence: 1A).
Combining antimuscarinic drugs and behavioral interventions may produce more benefits than either approach alone.
Antimuscarinic drugs, such as oxybutynin (Ditropan), tolterodine (Detrol), and solifenacin (Vesicare), may be prescribed if your nocturia is due to bladder dysfunction.
neostigmine) and antimuscarinic drugs such as atropine or glycopyrrolate, with their associated potential side-effects, and therefore may improve patient recovery.
Differential pharmacological effects of antimuscarinic drugs on heart rate: a randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind, crossover study with tolterodine and darifenacin in healthy participants [greater than or equal to] 50 years.
Increased Alzheimer pathology in Parkinson's disease related to antimuscarinic drugs.
Comparison of two antimuscarinic drugs, pirenzepine and propantheline, on gastric acid secretion, salivary flow and heart rate in patients with duodenal ulcer disease.
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.
The major ADE of concern with antimuscarinic drugs is cognitive decline; however, evidence on its incidence and prevalence is scant.
During that time, the different antimuscarinic drugs they used, the lines of treatment, and the average number of days spent on each medication were recorded.
For patients with increased urinary frequency or urgency that does not improve a few months after starting an alpha-blocker, antimuscarinic drugs such as solifenacin (Vesicare) and tolterodine (Detrol) may be in order.
Antimuscarinic drugs, such as benzhexol, have also been used, but limited due to their troublesome side effects.