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CCBs act on ___.
Cardiac and Peripheral arterioles
CCBs (increase/decrease) force of myocardium contractions.
decrease
CCBs slows the SA and AV node.
T or F
True
CCBs and ___ have identical actions on the heart.
Beta Blockers
Dihydropyridines act on the ___ while verapamil and diltiazem act on ____ and the ____
arterioles
arterioles, heart
What is uses of Verapamil?
Angina
Hypertension
Dysrhythmias
What is the adverse effects of Verapamil?
Constipation
Bradycardia
What are the interactions of verapamil?
Digoxin
Beta Blockers
What drug is similar to verapamil?
Diltiazem
Dihydropyridines work on the ___.
Blood vessels
What is the prototype of Dihydropyridines?
Nifedipine
Nifedipine is a ___.
Dihydropyridine
What is the adverse reaction to dihydropyridines?
Reflex Tachycardia
If the drug ends in -dipine it is a __.
Dihydropyridine