Anticholinergic vs Cyproheptadine - What's the difference?

anticholinergic | cyproheptadine |


As nouns the difference between anticholinergic and cyproheptadine

is that anticholinergic is (medicine) any of a class of drugs, typically used to treat various disorders and some forms of poisoning, which inhibit the physiological action of acetylcholine at a receptor site while cyproheptadine is an antihistaminic, anticholinergic and antiserotonergic agent.

As an adjective anticholinergic

is that inhibits the physiological action of acetylcholine at a receptor site.

anticholinergic

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • That inhibits the physiological action of acetylcholine at a receptor site
  • Noun

    (wikipedia anticholinergic) (en noun)
  • (medicine) Any of a class of drugs, typically used to treat various disorders and some forms of poisoning, which inhibit the physiological action of acetylcholine at a receptor site
  • cyproheptadine

    English

    Noun

    (-) (wikipedia cyproheptadine)
  • An antihistaminic, anticholinergic and antiserotonergic agent.