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Does COPD have high or low compliance
High
Restrictive lung disease have high or low compliance
Low
What R or hormones increase cAMP
Beta R
H2 R
ACTH
What R or hormones decrease cAMP
Alpha 2 R
M2, M4 R
What R or hormones increase cGMP
NO
ANP
PDE5 Inhibitors
What R or hormones increase IP3, DAG
alpha 1, M1, M3, H1 R
Angiotensin R
Tachykinins
Endothelin
What does Gi do
Inhibits adenylate cyclase
What does Gs do
Stimulates adenylate cyclase
What does Gq do
Activates phospholipase C
Specialized sensory cell for pressure
Merkel cells
Specialized sensory cell for light touch
Meissner's corpuscles
Specialized sensory cell for vibration
Pacinian
Explain accommodation reflex
Near object
Ciliary m. contracts
Zonula fibers relax
Lens rounded
Focal length shortens
Myopia
Nearsightedness
focal pt too short (eyeball too long)
Correct w/ negative lens (concave)
Weber test
Fork on top of skull
Lateralize to sick ear - conduction deafness (middle ear)
Lateralized to normal ear - n. deafness (inner ear)
Rinne test
Fork on mastoid process
Normal - air > bone conduction
If B>A = Conduction deafness
If A>B & problem = n. deafness
SNS effect on blood vessels
Alpha - constricts
Beta - dilates
What nervous system innervates sweat glands? Why are they special?
SNS
Use muscarinic R (ACh)
Alpha 1 R associated w/ what signal transduction pathway
Gq --> PL C --> IP3, DAG

-excitatory (VC) mostly
-inhibitory on GI tract
Alpha 2 R a/w what signal transduction pathway
Gi --> inhibits AC --> decrease cAMP
Beta 1 R a/w what signal transduction pathway
Gs --> activates AC --> increase cAMP
Cardiac
Excitatory
Beta 2 R a/w what signal transduction pathway
Gs --> activates AC --> increase cAMP
Rest
Inhibitory (VD, BD)
R vagus n. does what to the heart
Slows frequency (SA node)
L vagus n/ does what to the heart
Slows conduction (AV node)
Decrease force of contraction (atria)
SNS does what to the heart
Increased everything (atria and ventricles)