Anticholinergic antiemetics

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Anticholinergic antiemetics are agents that block muscarinic receptors and inhibit cholinergic transmission from the vestibular nuclei to the vomiting center.

Anticholinergic antiemetics are mainly used to prevent or treat motion sickness.

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