Difference between revisions of "Anticholinergic agents"

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* [[Trospium]]
* [[Trospium]]
'''Antiparkinson agents'''
* [[benztropine]], [[biperiden]], [[trihexyphenidyl]]
'''Dopamine Precursors'''
* [[Levodopa]] and [[Carbidopa]]
'''Dopamine Receptor Agonists'''
* [[Apomorphine]], [[Bromocriptine]], [[Pergolide], [[Pramipexole]], [[Ropinirole]], [[Rotigotine]]
'''Selective MAO Inhibitors'''
* [[Rasagiline]], [[Selegiline]]
'''COMT Inhibitors'''
* [[Entacapone]], [[Tolcapone]]
* [[Amantadine]], [[Diphenhydramine]], [[Droxidopa]], [[Rivastigmine]]

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