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How does atropine affect the airway?
decreases secretions and can be used to prevent the death rattle of dying patients
Blocks SLUD
How does atropine affect the stomach?
deceases acid secretion
Blocks SLUD
How does atropine affect the gut?
decreases motility
blocks SLUD
How does atropine affect the bladder?
decreases urgency in cystitis
blocks SLUD
What about toxicity?
the body temp. increases; rapid pulse, dry mouth; dry, flushed skin; cycloplegia; constipation; disorientation
Side effects: hot as a hare; dry as a bone; red as a beet; blind as a bat; mad as a hatter
What is the mechanism for Hexamethonium?
Nicotinic ACh receptor antagonist.
What are the clinical uses for Hexamethonium?
Ganglionic blocker. Used in experimental models to prevent vagal reflex responses to changes in blood pressure
prevents reflex bradycardia caused by NE.
What is the mechanism for Oxybutynin?
blocks AcTH(?)release
Relax Detrusor Muscles
What is the mechanism for Tolterodine?
cholinergic Receptor Blocker
Detrol-incontinence