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Adrenergic Drugs

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Agonists/antagonists

 

Question Answer
Epinephrinealpha-1, alpha-2, beta-1, beta-2
Norepinephrinealpha-1, alpha-2, beta-1
Isoproterenolbeta-1, beta-2
Phenylephrinealpha-1
Oxymetazolinealpha-1, alpha-2 (Peripheral acting)
midodrinealpha-1
Clonidinealpha-2 (CNS acting)
apraclonidinealpha-2 (CNS acting)
Dobutaminebeta-1
Albuterolbeta-2
Terbutalinebeta-2
Salmeterolbeta-2
metaproterenolbeta-2
methoxaminealpha-1
ephedrinemixed action sympathomimetic amine
Pseudoephedrinemixed action sympathomimetic amine
amphetamineindirectly acting sympathomimetic agent
methamphetamineindirectly acting sympathomimetic agent
methylphenidateindirectly acting sympathomimetic agent
tyramineindirectly acting sympathomimetic agent
cocaineindirectly acting sympathomimetic agent
alpha methyl-dopaindirectly acting sympathomimetic agent
desipramineindirectly acting sympathomimetic agent
phenoxybenzaminealpha 1 adrenergic antagonist
phentolaminealpha 1 adrenergic antagonist
prazosinalpha 1 adrenergic antagonist
doxazosinalpha 1 adrenergic antagonist
terazosinalpha 1 adrenergic antagonist
Tamsulosinalpha 1 adrenergic antagonist
yohimbinealpha 2 adrenergic antagonist
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Clinical Uses of Adrenergic Agonists

Question Answer
Cardiac arrestEpinephrine
Cardiogenic shockDobutamine
Cardiogenic shockDopamine
ArrhythmiasPhenylephrine
HypotensionPhenylephrine
BronchoconstrictionAlbuterol
BronchoconstrictionSalmeterol
Premature laborTerbutaline
Nasal CongestionPseudoephedrine
Nasal CongestionPhenylephrine
Nasal CongestionOxymetazoline
Open-angle glaucomaEpinephrine
Open-angle glaucomaBrimonidine
Congestion in eye (red eye)Tetrahydrozoline
ADHDAmphetamine
ADHDMethylphenidate
ObesityPhentermine
DepressionDesipramine
DepressionImipramine
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Adverse Effects and Precautions of Adrenergic Agonists

Question Answer
Palpatationbeta-1
Tachycardiabeta-1
Ischemiabeta-1
Bradycardiaalpha-1, alpha-2
Urinary retentionalpha-1
Tremorbeta-2
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Adrenergic Antagonists

Question Answer
Lebetalolalpha-1, alpha-2, beta-1, beta-2 blocker
Carvedilolalpha-1, alpha-2, beta-1, beta-2 blocker
Propranololbeta-1, beta-2 blocker
Pindololbeta-1, beta-2 blocker
Nadololbeta-1, beta-2 blocker
Phentolaminealpha-1, alpha-2 blocker
Phenoxybenzaminealpha-1, alpha-2 blocker
Terazosinalpha-1 blocker
Tamsulosinalpha-1 blocker
Yohimbinealpha-2 blocker
Atenololbeta-1 blocker
Metoprololbeta-1 blocker
Esmololbeta-1 blocker
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Clinical Uses of Adrenergic Antagonists

Question Answer
HypertensionTerazosin
HypertensionLabetalol
HypertensionPropranolol
HypertensionAtenolol
Beningn Prostatic HyperplasiaTamsulosin
Peripheral Vascular DiseasePhenotolamine
Erectile disfunction (impotence)Phenotolamine
Aphrodisiac (impotence)Yohimbine
Congestive heart failureCarvedilol
Recurrent myocardial infarctionMetoprolol
GlaucomaPropranolol
Muscle tremorPropranolol
MigrainePropranolol
Angina pectorisMetoprolol
ArrhyrthmiaPropranolol
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Adverse Effects of Adrenergic Antagonists

Question Answer
Orthostatic hypotensionalpha-blockers
Reflex tachycardiaalpha-blockers
Weight gainalpha-blockers
Peripheral edemaalpha-blockers
Dizziness, drowsiness, fatigue and headachalpha-blockers
Abdominal painalpha-blockers
Constipation/diarrheaalpha-blockers
Nauseaalpha-blockers
Lethary, depression, fatigue, and altered sleepbeta-blockers
wheezing and bronchoconstrictionbeta-blockers
Bradycardiabeta-blockers
AV nodal blockbeta-blockers
Decreased cardiac workbeta-blockers
Cardiac ischemiabeta-blockers
Increased blood pressurebeta-blockers
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