8 'invisible’ anticholinergic drugs you need to know about

Older patients are being prescribed numerous “invisible” anticholinergic drugs that put them at risk of side effects such as cognitive impairment, Australian research shows. 

While drugs for urinary incontinence and tricyclic antidepressants are traditionally recognised for their high-level anticholinergic risks, most of the anticholinergic burden for elderly patients comes from the unwitting prescribing of low-level anticholinergic drugs, a study has revealed. 

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