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Name the 8 Anticholinergic drugs. (Hint: PISS BOAT)
Atropine, ipratropium, tropicamide, scopolamine, oxybutynin, benztropine, pancuronium, succinylcholine
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For Atropine, what receptor affinity/effect does it have? Route of admin? Tx?
Atropine: (1) Affinity: M antagonist … (2) ROA: oral, parenternal, opthamalic … (3) Tx: bradycardia (acute tx), AV-block (acute Tx), larges doses for muscarinic effects
Is Atropine long or short acting? What are its ADRs?
Atropine: short acting (uriniary excretion)… ADR: dry mouth, reduced accommodation, coma, ↓sym processes
For Ipratropium, what receptor affinity/effect does it have? Route of admin? Tx?
Ipratropium: (1) Affinity: M antagonist … (2) ROA: 4° amine - inhaled aerosol … (3) Tx: asthma, COPD
For Tropicamide, what receptor affinity/effect does it have? Route of admin? Tx? Duration?
Tropicamide: (1) Affinity: M antagonist… (2) ROA: Opthalmic… short acting… (3) Tx: papillary dlation on eye exam - less AE with glaucoma… (4) Duration: short acting
For Scopolamine, what receptor affinity/effect does it have? Route of admin? Tx? ADRs?
Scopolamine: (1) Affinity: M antagonist … (2) ROA:oral, parenteral, opthamalic, transdermal … (3) Tx:Motion sickness… (4) ADR: may precipitate glaucoma
For Oxybutynin, what receptor affinity/effect does it have? Route of admin? Tx?
Oxybutynin: (1) Affinity: M antagonist … (2) ROA: oral, transdermal… (3) Tx: Overactive or spastic bladder, enuresis
For Benztropine, what receptor affinity/effect does it have? Route of admin? Tx?
Benztropine: (1) Affinity: M antagonist … (2) ROA: Oral … (3) Tx: Parkinson's disease --> decreases rigidity
For Pancuronium, what receptor affinity/effect does it have? Tx? ADRs?
Pancuronium: (1) Affinity: N Channel R blocker … (2) Tx: muscle relaxant, paralysis for general surgery or EST… (3) ADR: Respiratory muscles affected
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For Succinylcholine, what receptor affinity/effect does it have? Route of admin? Tx?
Succinylcholine: (1) Affinity: N Channel R blocker … (2) Tx: muscle relaxant, paralysis for general surgery or EST… (3) ADR: Respiratory muscles affected
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