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Anticholinergic Drugs

by Pravin Shukle, MD
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    The lecture Anticholinergic Drugs by Pravin Shukle, MD is from the course ANS - Pharmacology.


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    1. Nicotinic cholinergic.
    2. Muscarinic cholinergic.
    3. Nicotinic adrenergic.
    4. Muscarinic adrenergic.
    1. Nicotinic cholinergic antagonist.
    2. Dopamine receptors antagonist.
    3. Nicotinic muscarinic agonist.
    4. Nicotinic cholinergic agonist.
    5. Serotonin agonist.
    1. Probably a nicotinic cholinergic blocker.
    2. Probably a muscarinic cholinergic blocker.
    3. Probably an adrenergic blocker.
    4. Probably a calcium channel blocker.
    1. Muscarinic cholinergic blocker
    2. Nicotinic cholinergic blocker.
    3. Adrenergic blocker.
    4. Calcium channel blocker.
    1. ...has developed an acute dystonia due to a drug reaction. The antidote is benztropine, a central anticholingergic agent.
    2. ...has developed an acute dystonia due to a drug reaction. The antidote is bisoprolol, a central anticholingergic agent.
    3. ...has developed an acute dystonia due to a drug reaction. The antidote is biguanide, a central anticholingergic agent.
    4. ...has developed an acute dystonia due to a drug reaction. The antidote is betamethasone, a central anticholingergic agent.
    1. ...increased erectile function in patients with erectile dysfunction.
    2. ...decreased airway secretions.
    3. ...pulseless electrical activity in codes.
    4. ...pupillary mydriasis.
    1. ...anticholinergic toxicity; he was probably exposed to toxic levels of a chemical on the farm. The antidote is physostygmine.
    2. ...anticholinergic toxicity; he was probably exposed to toxic levels of a chemical on the farm. The antidote is benztropine.
    3. ...adrenergic toxicity; he was probably exposed to toxic levels of a chemical on the farm. The antidote is benztropine.
    4. ...neurotoxicity; he was probably exposed to toxic levels of a chemical on the farm. The antidote is bisoprolol.

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     Pravin Shukle, MD

    Pravin Shukle, MD


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    By PRATHAM N. on 26. December 2017 for Anticholinergic Drugs

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