atropinic

atropinic

 [at″ro-pin´ik]
having actions similar to those of atropine; that is, antagonizing the muscarinic effects of acetylcholine.

a·trop·in·ic

(at-rō-pin'ik),
Sharing pharmacologic properties with atropine.

atropinic

muscarinic.
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22] While tricyclic antidepressants control the REM-sleep symptoms fairly effectively, many of them have atropinic effects (eg, dry mouth, impotence) which patients may have difficulty tolerating.