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21 Cards in this Set

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glaucoma
brimonidine
alpha 2
asthma
albuterol
beta 2
cardiogenic shock
dopamine
low- D1
high- Alpha 1
rhinitis
phenylephrine
alpha non sel
hypertension
beta antagonists- prazosin, labetalol

guanethidine (ganglion blocker)

clonidine (central Alpha 2)
angina
propranolol, atenolol
(beta blockers)
supraventricular arrhythmias
atenolol
(beta 1 block low, beta 2 block high)
BPH
terazosin or prazosin
(alpha 1 blockers)
combine w/ local anesthetics to minimize distribution
epi
(alpha non sel, beta non sel)
severe short-term hypertension
fenoldopam
(D1)
anti-depressent
imipramine
(NE reuptake inhibitor)
anti-obesity
sibutramine
(NE reuptake inhibitor)
mydriasis
alpha 1 agonist
acute heart failure
dobutamine
(beta 1 agonist)
delay premature labor
albuterol?
(beta 2 agonist)
pheochromocytoma
prazosin
(alpha 1 antagonist)
erectile dysfunction
prazosin
(alpha 1 antagonist)
prophylaxis for migraines
beta receptor antagonist (atenolol)
life threatening ventricular arrhythmias
bretylium
(ganglion blocker)
severe hypotension
alpha agonists
tremor
beta receptor antagonist