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methacholine
specificity toward muscarinic receptors
significant cardiovascular side effects
carbachol
mixed activity, with signigicant activity toward nicotinic receptors
used for wide angle glaucoma only when other cholinomimetics are no longer effective
bethanechol
methylated amine substituted ACh
Muscarininc R specific and AChE resistant
very little cardiovascaular side effects
used P.O. for bladder distention
pilocarpine
mioitic agent
administered orally for xerostigmia
atropine
reversing muscarinic or anti-AChE poisoning
scopalamine
motion sickness
tropicamide
fast but short acting mydriatic agent
tolterodine
management of overactive bladder
oxybutynin
management of overactive bladder
ipratropium
COPD and sometimes for brocho-dilation
tiotropium
longer acting than ipratropium