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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of anticholinergic

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of anticholinergic:
/æntəkowlɪnɹ̩d͡ʒɪk/

Derived Form of anticholinergic

noun
plural: anticholinergics
adjective
comparitive: more anticholinergic
superlative: most anticholinergic
Noun
1
a substance that opposes or blocks the action of acetylcholine
Synonymsanticholinergic drug,
Type ofmedicament, medication, medicinal drug, medicine,
TypesDaricon, oxyphencyclimine,
Adjective
1
inhibiting or blocking the action of acetylcholine at a receptor site
Antonymscholinergic,

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  1. JDs anticholinergic excess, produced from a drug interaction that should have been caught
  2. mild and the main class are these what we call anticholinergic medicines and
  3. all of those anticholinergic medications whereas these beta agonists are the ones
  4. anticholinergic poisoning and also withdrawal from a sedative or hypnotic drug
  5. for high cholesterol anticholinergic drugs well you are like we should what
  6. Antihistamine and anticholinergic drugs
  7. also known as anticholinergic drugs these agents block primarily muscarinic
  8. us to remember anticholinergic adverse effects where A stands for agitation
  9. is atropine. ATROPINE is a anticholinergic; it is an antagonist of
  10. overdoses of anticholinergic drugs such as Atropine
  11. As a result, these anticholinergic agents restore the balance between acetylcholine
  12. Lastly, drugs that block muscarinic receptors generally produce anticholinergic side effects
  13. we're gonna talk about two things, baroreceptors and anticholinergic affects.
  14. The second class of medications are those with anticholinergic affects in your
  15. You may remember anticholinergic has to do with your synapses and your central and
  16. or other anticholinergic medications that might be common.
  17. which is a really commonly seen anticholinergic medication.
  18. Or was it because nutmeg caused anticholinergic toxidrome, causing urinary retention?
  19. Unlike many other antihistamines, Cetirizine does not exhibit anticholinergic properties.
  20. All of this together, signals anticholinergic poisoning.