antisialogogue (an´tīsīal´əgog),

n a drug that reduces, slows, or prevents the flow of saliva.

antisialagogue, antisialogogue

an agent that inhibits the flow of saliva.
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As fibreoptic bronchoscopy requires a clear visual pathway, administration of antisialogogue prior to the start of the procedure is recommended.
The use of anticholinergics as antisialogogues, alone or in combination with pressure dressings, has been reported in the treatment of parotid gland fistulae.
The availability of scopolamine in a transdermal delivery system provides an alternative method for the administration of antisialogogues and avoids collateral effects.