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Pharmacology Drug Chart
Cholinergic Agonists
Drug Name
Receptor Therapeutic Uses Adverse Effects
Acetylcholine
Muscarinic HR, CO and BP
Salivary Secretions
Secretions and Motility in the GIT
Bronchiolar Secretions
Miosis (Constriction of the Pupil)
Bethanechol
Muscarinic Stimulates the detrusor while relaxing the
trigone and sphincter causing urination in
Nonobstructive retention i.e. postoperative and
postpartum
Sweating, Salivation, Flushing, BP, Nausea,
Abdominal Pain, Diarrhea, and Bronchospasam
Carbachol
Muscarinic Similar to Bethanechol to treat urinary retention
Used on the Eye to cause Miosis
Intraocular Pressure to treat Glaucoma
When used to treat Glaucoma there are little to
no side effects b/c of direct administration
Pilocarpine
Muscarinic Miosis
Intraocular Pressure in BOTH Narrow and
Wide angle Glaucoma
Can enter the brain and cause CNS disturbances
Sweating
Salivation
Anticholinesterases - Irreversible
Drug Name
Receptor Therapeutic Uses Adverse Effects
Organophosphates
Covalently bonds to
AChase
Chronic treatment of Open-angle Glaucoma Death /
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