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catecholamines, what are they? and list them
endogenous transmitters; epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine
drugs have similar effects to catecholamines
adrenergic antagonists and dopaminergic antagonists?
drugs that inhibit catecholamines receptors
other names for adrenergic antagonsists which classify them into 2?
alpha-blockers and beta-blockers
distribution inside the body?
adrenal medulla has more epinephrine than norepinephrine
heart and vessels has norepinephrine and capable of uptaking epinephrine from plasma
brain has norepinephrine and dopamine, but only little epinephrine
what effect each has?
adrenergic effects for epinephrine and norepinephrine
dopaminergic effects for dopamine