False statement about the use of anticho-linergics is:
|A||Glycopyrrolate is preferred over atropine|
|B||Should be given routinely to all patients|
|C||Should be reserved for specific conditions like oral surgery|
|D||Antisialagogue effect of atropine is less than that of glycopyrrolate|
Should be given routinely to all patients
a. Present day premedication dictum does not advocate the use of anticholinergics routinely to all patients as these are associated with side effects like dry mouth, unnecessary tachycardia.
b. The use should be reserved to specific conditions where dry mouth is the requirement like in oral surgeries.
c. Among anticholinergics glycopyrrolate is preferred because it is devoid of central side effects and its antisialagogue property is better than atropine.