AtropineBradyarrhythmias. Ipratropiumbronchospasm (inhalation) and rhinorrhea (intranasal). ScopolamineNausea and vomiting related to motion sickness and vertigo. Propantheline and glycopyrrolateDecreasing gastric secretory activity and increasing esophageal sphincter tone. Atropine and scopolamine are also used as ophthalmic mydriatics. Benztropine, biperidin, and trihexyphenidyl are used in the management of Parkinson's disease. Oxybutynin and tolterodine are used as urinary tract spasmodics.
anticholinergics has been found in Davis's Drug Guide
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