Autonomic Nervous system

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Autonomic Nervous system
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2013-02-08 00:12:51
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  1. Cholinergic Agonist direct acting drugs are called------- and they work by-----
    parasypathomimetics; mimicry of Ach
  2. Acetylcholine (miochol)
    Cholinergic; Direct acting 
  3. bethanechol (urecholine)
    Cholinergic; Direct acting 
  4. Pilocarpine (isotocarpine)
    Cholinergic; Direct acting 
  5. Diarrhea, diaphoresis (seating), miosis, nausea, and urinary urgency are side effects of...
    Direct acting Cholinergic Agonist
  6. Cholinergic Agonist indirect acting (reversible) drugs work by...
    potentiating Ach by blocking its breakdown by Acetylcholinesterase 
  7. Donepezil (aricept) 
    Cholinergic Agonist (indirect acting)
  8. Physostigmine (Antilirim)
    Cholinergic Agonist (indirect acting)
  9. Rivastigmine (exelon)
    Cholinergic Agonist (indirect acting)
  10. Tacrine (cognex)
    Cholinergic Agonist (indirect acting)
  11. Echothiophate 
    Irreversible Cholinergic agonist 
  12. Cholinergic Antagonist are called.. and they work by...
    Antimuscarine; blocking muscarine receptors causing inhibition of muscarine action 
  13. Atropine (Isoatropine)
    Cholinergic antagonist, Antimuscurine agent (Parasympathetic)
  14. Benztropine (cogentin)
    Cholinergic antagonist, Antimuscurine agent (Parasympathetic)
  15. Ipratropium (Atrovent)
    Cholinergic antagonist, Antimuscurine agent (Parasympathetic)
  16. Tritropium (Spiriva)
    Cholinergic antagonist, Antimuscurine agent (Parasympathetic)
  17. Nicotine (Commit, Nicoderm)
    Cholinergic antagonist, Antimuscurine agent (Parasympathetic)

    GANGLIONIC blocker
  18. Pancuronium 
    Cholinergic antagonist, Antimuscurine agent (Parasympathetic)

    Neuromuscular blocker
  19. Scuccinylcholine
    • Cholinergic antagonist, Antimuscurine agent (Parasympathetic)
    • Neuromuscular blocker
  20. Blurred vision, confusion, mydriasis, constipation, urinary retention are side effects of...
    Cholinergic antagonist, Antimuscurine agent (Parasympathetic) side effects
  21. Adrenergic Agonist direct acting drugs work by..
    binding and activating adrenergic receptors.
  22. Albuterol (ventolin)
    Adrenergic Agonist (Direct acting)
  23. Dobutamine (Dobutrex)
    Adrenergic Agonist (Direct acting)
  24. Epinephrine (Epipen)
    Adrenergic Agonist (Direct acting)
  25. Phenylephrine (Sudafed)
    Adrenergic Agonist (Direct acting)
  26. Salmeterol (sevent diskus)
    Adrenergic Agonist (Direct acting)
  27. Cocaine
    Adrenergic Agonist (Indirect acting)
  28. Amphetamine 
    Adrenergic Agonist (Direct acting)
  29. Pseudoephedrine (sudafed)
    Adrenergic Agonist (Direct/indirect mixed acting)
  30. Arrhythmia, headache, hyperactivity, insomnia, nausea, tremors are side effects of....
    Adrenergic Agonist
  31. Adrenergic Antagonist Alpha blockers work by..
    blocking alpha adrenergic action, lowering blood pressure. 
  32. Doxazosin 
    Adrenergic Antagonist Alpha blocker
  33. Prazosin (minipress)
    Adrenergic Antagonist Alpha blocker
  34. Tamsulosin (flomax)
    Adrenergic Antagonist Alpha blocker
  35. Beta blockers act by..
    competitively blocking beta adrenergic receptors thus lowering blood pressure 
  36. Atenolol 
    Beta blocker
  37. Betaxolol 
    Beta blocker
  38. Carvedilol (coreg)
    Beta blocker
  39. Metopralol (lepressor)
    Beta blocker
  40. Propralol (inderal)
    Beta blocker
  41. Labetalol (trandate)
    Beta blocker
  42. Orthostatic Hypertension, tachycardia, vertigo, sexual disfunction, first dose syncope are side effects of...
    Alpha blockers 
  43. Fatigue, brochioconstriction, sexual disfunction, arrhythmias (with w/draw) are side effects of...
    Beta blockers. 

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