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Alpha-1-receptor blockers
1.)Prazosin
2.)Terazosin
3.)Doxazosin
what are Alpa-1 blockers used for?
HTN & BPH

Lowers diastolic > systolic
Centrally acting alpha-2-Antiadrenergics
1.)Clonidine(ADD,RLS, ETOH withdrawl)
2.)Methyldopa(decrease HR &BP) OK in Pregnancy
Peripherally acting alpha 2
1.)Reserpine
2.)Guanadrel
what do Peripherally acting alpha 2 do?
inhibits peripheral release of NE
relaxes smooth muscle
Direct Vasodilators
1.)Hydralazine
2.) Minoxidil

used in combo w/ b-blockers
Nitrates
Nitroglycerin
what do nitrates do?
1.)reduces myocardial O2 demand
2.) decreases preload increasing coronary artery blood delivery
Digoxin
1.)Lanoxin
2.)Digitek
What is digoxin used for?
1.)CHF
2.)Atrial fib
3.)Atrial flutter
What does dig do?
1.)depreses SA node
2.)Prolonges AV node conduction
3.)Slows down AV node function increases PVR