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nonselective AR agonists
epinephrine
norepinephrine
dopamine
nonselective beta agonists
isoproterenol
selective alpha 1 agonists
phenylephrine
selective alpha 2 agonists
clonidine
selective beta 1 agonists
dobutamine
selective beta 2 agonists
albuterol
indirect adrenergic agonists
ephedrine
amphetamine
tyramine
cocaine
nonselective alpha antagonists, reversible
phentolamine
nonselective alpha antagonists, irreversible
phenoxybenzamine
selective alpha 1 antagonists
prazosin
nonselective beta antagonists
propranolol
timolol
pindolol
sotalol
selective beta 1 antagonists (with some beta 2 antagonism)
metoprolol
selective beta 1 antagonists
atenolol
nonselective beta and alpha 1 antagonists
labetolol
carvedilol
muscarinic agonists
methacholine
bethanecol
pilocarpine
direct, non-reversible nicotinic agonists
nicotine
indirect cholinesterase agonists, cholinesterase inhibitors
edrophonium
carbamate cholinesterase inhibitors
physostigmine
neostigmine
organophosphate cholinesterase inhibitors
pralidoxime
echothiophate
cholinergic muscarinic receptor blockers/antagonists
atropine
scopolamine
benztropine
cholinergic nicotinic receptor blockers/antagonists
blockers of NMJ, noncompetitive
succinylcholine
cholinergic nicotinic receptor blockers/antagonists, blockers of NMJ, competitive
d-tubocurarine
pancuronium
vecuronium
rocuronium
cisatracurium
cholinergic nicotinic receptor blockers/antagonists, blockers of ganglion, competitive
trimethophan
acetylcholine release blocker
botulinum toxin
direct vasodilators
nitroprusside
hydralazine
calcium channel blockers/indirect vasodilators
verapamil
nifedipine
sympatholytic agents, acting at CNS
clonidine
sympatholytic agents, acting on autonomic ganglion
trimethophan
sympatholytic agents, acting on post-ganglionic neurons
reserpine
sympatholytic agents, block peripheral adrenergic receptors
atenolol: beta 1 blocker
prazosin: alpha 1 blocker
labetolol: beta and alpha 1 blocker
propranolol
beta 1 blocker
atenolol
alpha 1 blocker
prazosin
beta and alpha 1 blocker
labetolol
beta 2 agonist
albuterol: short acting
salmeterol and formoterol: long acting
anticholinergic bronchodilators
atropine
ipratropium
salbuterol
methyl xanthines
aminophylline
theophylline
adenosine receptor antagonists
theophylline, aminophylline
anti-inflammatory
-sodium cromoglycate
-corticosteroids
-inhaled glucocorticoids (beclomethosone, triamcinolone, glunisolide, fluticasone, budesonide)
-systenimc glucocorticoids (hydrocortisone, prednisone, prenisolone, methylprednisolone)
-leukotriene modulators (Zileuton-5' lipoxygenase inhibitor, montelukast-leukotriene receptor antagonist
anti-anginal
-nitroglycerine
-beta blockers (atenolol, metoprolol, propranolol)
-calcium channel blockers (verapamil, diltiazem, nifedipine for vasospastic angina when beta blockers contraindicated
-aspirin
-clopidogrel (Plavix)
-abciximab also tirofiban and eptifibitide
positive chronotropic/dromotropic agents
atropine

secondary: calcium chloride, isoproterenol, glucagon
positive inotropic agents
epinephrine, dopamine, amrinone, digoxin

secondary: propranolol, dobutamine, milrinone
afterload reducing agents (vasodilators)
lisinopril, hyralazine, prazosin, nitroprusside, nitrates

secondary: enalapril
preload reducing agents
furosemide
inhibit inappropriate proliferation/remodeling
propranolol
lisinopril
spironolactone

secondary: other beta-blockers, enalapril, losartan
nasal decongestants
phenylephrine
pseudoephedrine
anti-tussive (anti-cough) agents
dextromethorphan (Robitussin DM)
codeine
anti-IgE Mab
omalizumab
Class 1A, supraventricular dysrhythmias
Na Channel Blockers:
quinidine
procainamide
disopyramide
Class 1B, supraventricular dysrhythmias
Na Channel Blockers:
lidocaine
mexilitene
tocainide
Class 1C, supraventricular dysrhythmias
Na Channel Blockers:
flecainide
propafenone
Class 2, supraventricular dysrhythmias
beta blockers:
propranolol
esmolol
Class 3, supraventricular dysrhythmias
potassium channel blockers:
amiodarone
sotolol
ibutilide
dofetilide
Class 4, supraventricular dysrhythmias
Ca Channel blockers:
diltiazem
verapamil
supraventricular dysrhythmias
digoxin
adenosine
isoproteronol (beta agonist)
atropine (muscarinic blocker)
supraventricular dysrhythmias
Class 1A/B/C: Na channel blockers
Class 2: beta blockers
Class 3: K+ channel blockers
Class 4: Ca++ channel blockers
anti-arrhythmics
Na Channel blockers
K Channel blockers
Beta blocker
anti-arrhythmics, Na channel blockers
quinidine
procainamide
mexilitine
disopyramide
lidocaine
flecainide
propafenone
anti-arrhythmics, K channel blockers
sotalol
dofetilide
amiodarone
anti-arrhythmics, beta blocker
propranolol
lipid lowering meds
cholestyramine
niacin
gemfibrozil
lovastatin
ezetimibe