*  Alkaloid
Exceptions include scopolamine hydrobromide, which is soluble in organic solvents, and the water-soluble quinine sulfate. Most ...
*  Indeloxazine
"Comparison of the effects of bifemelane hydrochloride and indeloxazine hydrochloride on scopolamine hydrobromide-induced ...
*  Hyoscine butylbromide
It is a quaternary ammonium compound and a semisynthetic derivative of hyoscine hydrobromide (scopolamine). The attachment of ... Hyoscine butylbromide, also known as scopolamine butylbromide and sold under the brandname Buscopan, is a medication used to ... effectively minimising undesirable central nervous system side effects associated with scopolamine/hyoscine. Hyoscine ...
*  Death rattle
In hospice and palliative care, drugs such as glycopyrronium, hyoscine hydrobromide (scopolamine) or atropine may be used for ...
*  Vertigo
Common drug treatment options for vertigo may include the following: Anticholinergics such as hyoscine hydrobromide ( ... scopolamine) Anticonvulsants such as topiramate or valproic acid for vestibular migraines Antihistamines such as betahistine, ...
*  Anisodamine
It is given orally or by injection, as a racemic mixture (racanisodamine) or as a hydrobromide salt. Eye drops at 0.5% ... "Differential neuropsychopharmacological influences of naturally occurring tropane alkaloids anisodamine versus scopolamine". ...
*  Muscarinic antagonist
However, scopolamine has greater effects on the central nervous system (CNS) than atropine due to its ability to cross the ... Important muscarinic antagonists include atropine, Hyoscyamine, hyoscine butylbromide and hydrobromide, ipratropium, ... Scopolamine (Hyoscine) has anti-emetic activity and is, therefore, used to treat motion sickness. Antimuscarinics are also used ... Certain substances are known as long-acting muscarinic receptor antagonists (LAMAs). Scopolamine and atropine have similar ...