glycopyrrolate gly·co·pyr·ro·late (glī’kō-pēr’ə-lāt’)
A parasympatholytic compound used as premedication to general anesthesia, as an antagonist to the bradycardic effects of neostigmine during curare reversal, and as an adjunct in the treatment of peptic ulcer.


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