parasympatholytic


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parasympatholytic

[¦par·ə·sim‚path·ə′lid·ik]
(pharmacology)
Blocking the action of parasympathetic nerve fibers.
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Anticholinergic and parasympatholytic drugs inhibit the cholinergic and parasympathetic innervation on the ciliary body and iris muscles.
Digestive: neurotropic digestive carminative, eupeptic, choleretic, antigastritic; ANS: parasympatholytic (strong vagolytic)
14], both parasympatholytic and sympathomimetic effects of drug used in the study may have caused variation in mechanisms acting on choroidea.
Parasympatholytic (anticholinergic, or antimuscarinic) agents that are given by aerosol include ipratropium, a combination of ipratropium and albuterol, and tiotropium.
Historical view of the use of parasympatholytic agents in the treatment of respiratory disorders.