Definitions for "Anticholinergic"
A substance, usually a medication that halts the actions of a chemical that transmits signals between nerves called acetylcholine. The side effects include blurred vision and dry mouth.
Blocking impulses from the part of the nervous system that controls heartbeat, blood pressure and other responses to stress. A drug that interferes with the effects of acetylcholine. These drugs assist with bladder storage by increasing bladder contractions and are used to treat urge incontinence.
an agent that blocks certain receptors on the nerves, lessens muscle spasms and reduces release of liquids by the stomach, mouth, sweat glands, etc.
a type of bronchodilator medicine that helps to keep the airways open.
One of the category of medication that open the airways (bronchodilators) by relaxing bronchial muscles. Anticholinergic agents act slower than beta-2 agonists. They are used mainly by those who suffering from chronic bronchitis or emphysema. During severe asthma attacks, they can be used as add-on medications with beta-2 agonists (also bronchodilators).
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