Pharmacology help please thank you?
Cholinergic Agents•How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see?•What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific)•What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers?•List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for.Anticholinergics•How does an anticholinergic work? What response...
Asked by Augustine Langloss 1 year ago.
Cholinergic Agents •How does a cholinergic agent work? What response do you see? •What are cholinergic agents used for? (Drug specific) •What SE are seen with adrenergic blockers? •List the cholinergic agents. Know what each is used for. Anticholinergics •How does an anticholinergic work? What response do you see? •What are anticholinergics used for? •What SE are seen with anticholinergics? •List the anticholinergics. Know what each is used for. Answered by Joslyn Chiulli 1 year ago.
Cholinergic: These drugs contract the bladder, thus allowing complete emptying (muscle stimulant) What they do to the body/how it works: Salivation, Lacrimination, Urinary Incontinence, Diarrhea, Gastrointestional cramps, and Emesis Used for/simmilar drugs:*A cholinergic enhances parasympathetic responses*. The cholinergic muscle stimulants are used to diagnose and treat myasthenia gravis, a disease that causes severe muscle weakness. This class of drugs includes ambenonium chloride (Mytelase), edrophonium chloride (Tensilon), neostigmine (Prostigmine), and piridogstimina (Mestinœn). These drugs are also widely used in surgery, both to reduce the risk of urinary retention, and to reverse the effects of the muscle relaxant drugs that are used in surgery. Cholinergic drugs are also used in control of glaucoma, a disease that is caused by increased pressure inside the eye. The most common drugs used for this purpose are demecarium (Humorsol) and echthiophate (Phospholine iodide). Side effects: Cholinergic drugs may cause vomiting, diarrhea, watery eyes, headache, dizziness, irregular heartbeat, wheezing, and/or breathing problems. Anticholinergics How it works/What it's used for: Anticholinergic drugs are another group of bronchodilators that are different from the beta-agonists. While the beta-agonists affect the bronchioles (small airways), anticholinergics affect the muscles around the bronchi (large airways). When the lungs are irritated, these bands of muscle can tighten, making the bronchi narrower. Anticholinergics work by stopping the muscles from tightening. Side effects: The side-effects that are experienced include dry mouth, blurred vision (if spray comes in contact with the eyes), worsening glaucoma and dry cough. Men with prostate problems may find more difficulty urinating. Answered by Lessie Boursiquot 1 year ago.
Anesthesia side effects ...?
I had a small surgery yesterday. they told me i would have a sore throat from the anesthesia. the sore throat started today but now my nose is really stuffy and runny. Is that caused an the anesthesia as well? or am i just getting sick?
Asked by Fidelia Ryll 1 year ago.
Yes. Often more drugs than simply the anesthetic are administered for surgeries. Any cholinergic stimulator, including ambenonium chloride (Mytelase), edrophonium chloride (Tensilon), neostigmine (Prostigmine), or piridogstimina (Mestinœn), may cause a stuffy or runny nose. Answered by Janene Berube 1 year ago.
the sore through is not caused due tot he anesthesia. its caused due to the breathing tube they put down your throat to secure your airway. the stuffy runny nose is also not due to the anesthesia. you must just be getting sick. Answered by Idella Czekaj 1 year ago.