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Anticholinergic agents are used to minimize oropharyngeal secretions and the risk of posttreatment asystole or bradycardia. Glycopyrrolate is the agent preferred by many practitioners because it is less likely to cross the blood-brain barrier and thus potentially exacerbate cognitive side effects. Anticholinergic premedication is most important for cardiac patients and with use of subconvulsive stimulations (American Psychiatric Association 2001).

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