When the concentration of Kidsolone is 10 [sup]-5 M, we add xylocaine, which is classified as an anti-cholinergic drug
, to thoroughly assay the effect of Kidsolone on 10 [sup]-6 M methacholine-induced contraction.
Scopolamine, an anti-cholinergic drug
causes memory impairments in healthy young humans that parallel the memory impairments seen in non-demented drug-free elderly subjects (Araujo et al.
Prosecutors said the 26-year-old Emirati had 16,600 pills containing Procyclidine (an anti-cholinergic drug
prescribed for patients with parkinsonism and to reduce the side effects of antipsychotic treatment given for schizophrenia) and 3,668 Tramadol pills.
Indeed, elderly patients treated with anti-cholinergic drugs
for other ailments, appear to be more susceptible to cognitive decline.
"Clinicians should continue to be vigilant with respect to the use of anti-cholinergic drugs
, and should consider the risk of long-term cognitive effects, as well as short-term effects, associated with specific drug classes when performing their risk-benefit analysis," the research team advised.
Drugs with an anti-kinetic action (e.g.: calcium antagonists, beta-blockers, anti-cholinergic drugs
, anti-convulsants, opiates, etc.), drugs with a pro-kinetic action (5-HT4 agonists, D2 antagonists, cholinergic, macrolide antibiotics, etc), proton pump inhibitors, antacids (more than twice a week) were discontinued two weeks prior to the commencement of the study.
That is why, in humans, anti-cholinergic drugs
or drugs with anti-cholinergic side-effects are known to cause dry eyes (Dartt 2009).
can be prescribed for men with increased urinary frequency or urgency.
, such as benzotropine (Cogentin [R]) and tri-hexphenidyl hydrochloride (Artane [R]), are used in PD to help decrease the activity of acetylcholine, thus balancing the production of dopamine and acetylcholine.
But these anti-cholinergic drugs
produce various side effects like dryness of mouth, constipation, urinary retention, etc.
IF nothing helps, your GP can refer you to a dermatologist who can prescribe anti-cholinergic drugs
. These help to block the sweat gland temporarily but can cause side effects such as blurred vision and dry mouth.
block parasympathetic dominance, which may lead to increased susceptibility to cardiovascular complications.6 This feature might be the cause of cardiac arrest in our patient's case; neostigmine plus atropine might have caused arrest in an 18- month-old otherwise healthy child.