Hyoscine hydrobromide

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Hypersalivation – what are the treatment alternatives to glycopyrronium and hyoscine?

This Medicines Q&A outlines possible alternatives to hyoscine hydrobromide and glycopyrronium in the treatment of non drug-induced hypersalivation, e.g. botulinum toxin, amitriptyline, atropine (eye drops… Administering Amitriptyline Atropine Benzatropine Botulinum A toxin Cisapride Dosing Glycopyrronium Hyoscine (base) Hyoscine hydrobromide Ipratropium Metoprolol Modafinil Neurological disorders Piracetam Propranolol Publications Ranitidine Rotigotine Trihexyphenidyl

Medicine Compliance Aid Stability

Joy RidesGlaxoSmithKline UK

GlaxoSmithKline UK
Joy Rides
Tablets chewable 150 micrograms
A3 · Amber 3No stability data is available. There are theoretical concerns with use in CAs, which may be mitigated by risk minimisation.
Airtight container
Protect from light
Store in airtight containers and protect from light.
21 January 2015

Kwells KidsBayer plc

Bayer plc
Kwells Kids
Tablets chewable 150 micrograms
A2 · Amber 2No stability data is available, the manufacturer does not, or cannot recommend use in CAs but there are no theoretical concerns with the product.
Airtight container
Protect from light
Store in airtight containers and protect from light.
21 January 2015

Lactation Safety Information

As anti-emetic

As anti-emetic
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No published evidence of safety
Low levels anticipated in milk due to the drug’s properties
Occasional, short-term use considered compatible with breastfeeding. Repeated use may interfere with lactation
Used in infants >1 month
Preferred drug for motion sickness
23 September 2020

For premedication and bradycardia

For premedication and bradycardia
Low levels anticipated in milk due to the drug's properties
No published evidence of safety
23 September 2020