CV-Sympatholytics

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CV-Sympatholytics
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  1. Clonidine
    • Centrally acting a2 Agonist
    • Therapeutic Usage: HTN, Hot flashes, Pheochromocytoma diagnosis, Opiate, alcohol, benzodiazepine withdrawal, ADHD, Diabetic diarrhea of autonomic neuropathy, Epidural for severe pain in cancer patients.
  2. Guanfacine
    • Centrally acting a2 Agonist
    • Therapeutic Usage: HTN
    • Intuniv(ER) for ADHD in 6-17yo
  3. Methyldopa
    • Centrally acting a2 Agonist+false transmitter(weak agonist)
    • Therapeutic Usage: HTN, HTN during pregnancy
  4. Reserpine
    • Destroys catecholamine storage vesicles
    • Indications: HTN, Psychotic states
  5. Metyrosine
    • Inhibits tyrosine hydroxylase (most potent)
    • Indications: Pheochromocytoma
  6. Phenoxybenzamine
    • a1 & a2 AR antagonist
    • Irreversible
    • Indications: Short term hypertensive episodes with pheochromocytoma
  7. Phentolamine
    • a1 & a2 AR antagonist
    • Indications: Short term hypertensive episodes with pheochromocytoma
  8. Prazosin
    • a1 AR antagonist, short t1/2
    • Decrease TG, LDL, Increase HDL
    • Indications: HTN, HF-not the first line
  9. Terazosin$
    • Hytrin
    • a1 AR antagonist, QD
    • Decrease TG, LDL, Increase HDL
    • Indications: HTN, HF-not the first line
  10. Doxazosin
    • a1 AR antagonist, QD
    • Decrease TG, LDL, Increase HDL
    • Indications: HTN, HF-not the first line
  11. Alfuzosin
    • a1 AR antagonist
    • Decrease TG, LDL, Increase HDL
    • Indications: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, HF-not the first line
  12. Tamsulosin
    • a1 AR antagonist
    • Decrease TG, LDL, Increase HDLIndications: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, HF-not the first line
  13. Acebutolol
    • B1 antagonist, Intrinsic sympathomimetic activity (ISA)
    • Indications: HTN
  14. $Atenolol
    • Tenormin
    • B1 antagonist
    • Indications: HTN, Angina, Post-MI,
  15. Betaxolol
    • B1 antagonist
    • Indications: HTN, Open-angle glaucoma
  16. Bisoprolol
    • B1 antagonist
    • Indications: HTN, Stable HF
  17. Esmolol
    • B1 antagonist
    • Indications: Hypertensive emergency
  18. $Metoprolol
    • Lopressor, Toprol
    • B1 antagonist
    • Indications: HTN, Angina, Post-MI, Stable HF
  19. Nebivolol
    • B1 antagonist, NOS activator (antioxidant)
    • Indications: HTN
  20. Carteolol
    • B1 & B2 antagonist, Intrinsic sympathomimetic activity
    • Indications: HTN, Open-angle glaucoma
  21. $Carvedilol
    • Coreg
    • a1 & B1 & B2 antagonist, Antioxidant & Anti-proliferative effects
    • Indications: HTN, LV dysfxn post-MI, Post-MI, Stable HF
  22. Labetalol
    • a1 & B1 antagonist, B2 agonist
    • Indications: HTN
  23. Nadolol
    • B1 & B2 antagonist
    • Indications: HTN, Angina
  24. Penbutolol
    • B1 & B2 antagonist, Intrinsic sympathomimetic activity
    • Indications: HTN
  25. Pindolol
    • B1 & B2 antagonist, Instrinsic sympathomimetic activity
    • Indications: HTN
  26. $Propranolol
    • Inderal/Inderal LA
    • B1 & B2 antagonist, most versatile, prototype
    • Indications: HTN, Angina, Post-MI, Pheochromocytoma, Migrain prophylaxis, anxiety
  27. Sotalol
    • B1 & B2 antagonist,
    • Indications: antiarrhythmic-controls supraventricular tachycardia
  28. Timolol
    • B1 & B2 antagonist
    • Indications: HTN, Post-MI, Migrane prophylaxis, Open-angle glaucoma
  29. Levobunolol
    • ?
    • Indications: Open-angle glaucoma
  30. Metipranolol
    • ?
    • Indications: Open-angle glaucoma

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