The Full Wiki

More info on Anticholinergic

Anticholinergic: Quiz


Question 1: Sinus bradycardia - Hypersensitive ________
Accessory nerveGlossopharyngeal nerveVagus nerveHead and neck anatomy

Question 2: An example of an anticholinergic is dicyclomine, and the classic example is ________.
AtropineHyoscyamineDicycloverineMuscarinic antagonist

Question 3: Pupil dilation (mydriasis); consequent sensitivity to bright light (________)
ConjunctivitisUveitisPathologic nystagmusPhotophobia

Question 4: Possible effects in the ________ resemble those associated with delirium, and may include:
Central nervous systemGrey matterNeuronWhite matter

Question 5: The majority of these are non-depolarising skeletal muscle relaxants for surgical use, along with a few of the depolarising agents and drugs of other categories structurally related to ________.
Neuromuscular-blocking drugCurareOrphenadrineAtracurium

Question 6: Gastrointestinal disorders (e.g., gastritis, pylorospasm, ________, ulcerative colitis)
DiverticulitisCrohn's diseaseDiverticulosisAscending cholangitis

Question 7: Cessation of ________; consequent decreased epidermal thermal dissipation leading to warm, blotchy, or red skin

Question 8: Diminished bowel movement, sometimes ileus - (decreases motility via the ________)
Vagus nerveHead and neck anatomyGlossopharyngeal nerveAccessory nerve

Question 9: Anticholinergics are a class of medications that inhibit parasympathetic nerve impulses by selectively blocking the binding of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine to its receptor in ________.
Photoreceptor cellNeuronNervous systemGlial cell

Question 10: The nerve fibers of the parasympathetic system are responsible for the involuntary movements of smooth muscles present in the ________, urinary tract, lungs, etc.
Human gastrointestinal tractAscending cholangitisColorectal cancerPeritonitis

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address