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  1. What are the alpha 1 blockers?
    prazosin, terazosin, doxa-zosin, phenoxybenzamine
  2. prazosin
    • alpha 1
    • high bp, heart failure, BPH
    • adverse: orthostat hypo and decr ejaculation
    • reversible
  3. terazosin
    • alpha 1
    • high bp and bpm
    • reversible
  4. doxazosin
    • high bp and BPH
    • alpha 1
  5. phenoxybenzamine
    • irreversible
    • phenochromocytoma
    • adverse-- orthostatic hypo, tachy, CNS problems, nasea, fatigue, sedation.
  6. phentolamine
    • alpha1 and 2 receptor blockers
    • high bp, phenochromocytoma, male erectile dysfunction
    • ** Reverse epi overdose with oraverse
    • adverse: cardiostimulant by alpha 2 blocking--> increases NE--> tachy, arrhthmia, MI
  7. yohimbine and tolazoline
    alpha 2 selective.
  8. tamulosin and alfuzosin
    • BPHyperplasia
    • alpha blocker
  9. PAN
    • B1 and B2 agonist
    • carteolol, levobunolol, pindolol, pentabutolol, propranolol, timolol
  10. B1 agonist--
    • for heart
    • acebutolol, atebutolol, betaxolol, celiprolol, esmolol, nebivolol, metaprolol
  11. propranolol
    • PAN
    • for high bp, dysrhythmia, angina, migraine, anxiety, tremor
  12. metaprolol and timolol
    • high bp, dysrhythmia, angina
    • meta= beta 1
    • timo= pan
  13. acebutolol, carteolol, pentbutolol,pindolol
    • high bp & angina
    • ace= b1
    • careo, pent, pin= pan
  14. sotolol
    supraventricular and ventribular dysrhtymia
  15. levobunolol and betaxolol
    • glaucoma
    • levobun= pan
    • betax= b1
  16. cavediol
    • beta blocker
    • antioxidant in lipid perox
    • decreases vasuclar mucle mitogenesis
  17. esmolol
    • supraventribular arhthymia
    • arhtymia of thryotoxicosis
    • perioperative high bp.
    • beta 1 antagonist

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