Bethanechol Chloride

Bethanechol Chloride

Published on 21 September 2021
Transcript
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Contracts the detrusor muscle of the urinary bladder which initiates urinating
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Therapeutic Effects:
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Increases tone and peristaltic activity of the esophagus, stomach, and intestine
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Acetylcholine
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Postsynaptic receptors
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COPD Bronchial asthma Recent urinary bladder surgery Recent GI surgery
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Hypotension Hypertension Recent MI
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Pregnancy Lactation Children under 8
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Urinary retention Bacteremia
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Headache Hypothermia Hypotension with dizziness Mild reflex tachycardia
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Transient complete heart block Blurred vision Fecal incontinence Urge to urinate Acute asthmatic attack
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Salivation Sweating Flushing Abdominal cramps Nausea
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Blood pressure Pulse Patient
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Change positions slowly Avoid standing for long periods Avoid driving
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References
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Wilson, Shannon, & Stang. (2007). Bethanechol Chloride. Drug Guide 2007. Retrieved September 20, 2021, from
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http://www.robholland.com/Nursing/Drug_Guide/data/monographs/monoframe.html?vfile =P072.html.