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No Theraputic Uses
Acetylcholine
Treatment of urinary retnetion. Binds preferently at muscarinic receptors.
Bethanechol
Miosis during ocular surgery.

Also, applied topically to reduce IOP in open- or narrow-angle glaucoma after developing tolerance to pilocarpine
Carbachol
Reduce IOP in open- and narrow-angle glaucoma

Bind preferently at muscarinic receptors.

Uncharged, tertiary amine (penetrate CNS)
Pilocarpine
Increase intestinal and bladder motility

Reduce IOP in glaucoma

Reverse CNS and cardiac effects of tricyclic antidepressants

Reverse CNS effects of atropine

Uncharged, tertiary amine (penetrate CNS)
Physostigmine
Prevent post-op abdominal distention and urinary retention

Treatment of MG (2-4hrs)

Tubocurarine antidote
Neostigmine
Diagnose MG (10-20 min)

Tubocurarine antidote
Edrophonium
Treat open-angle glaucoma

Long duration of action (1 week)
Isoflurophate
Produce mydriasis and cycloplegia prior to refraction

treat spastic disorders of GI and lower urinary tract

organophosphate poisioning treatment

supress respiratory secretions before surgery
atropine
with morpine in obstetrics to produce amnesia and sedation

prevent motion sickness
scopolamine
treatment of asthma
ipratropium
no use
nicotine
short term treatment of hypertension
trimethaphan
treatment of moderately severe to severe hypertension
mecamylamine
acute asthma

treat open angle glaucoma

anaphylactic shock

increase duration of action in local anasthetics

and what receptor specificity?
epinephrine (alpha-1,2 beta-1,2)
treatment of shock
norepinephrine (alpha-1,2 beta-1)
cardiac stimulant
isoproterenol (beta-1,2)
shock treatment

CHF treatment

increase blood pressure
dopamine (dopaminergic, alpha-1, beta-1)
treatment of CHF
dobutamine (beta-1)
nasal decongestant

raise blood pressure

treatment of paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia
phenylephrine (alpha-1)
treatment of supraventricualr tachycardia
methoxamine (alpha-1)
treamtment of hypertension
clonidine (alpha-2)
treatment of bronchospasm and asthma
metaproterenol (beta-2 > beta-1)
short acting treatment of bronchospasm
terbutaline and albuterol (beta-2)
long term treatment of bronchospasm
salmeterol and formoterol (beta-2)
CNS stimulatn in treatment of children with ADD, narcolepsy, and appetite control
amphetamine (alpha, beta, CNS)
asthma treatment

nasal decongestant

raise blood pressure
ephedrine (alpha, beta, CNS)
hypertension

glaucoma

migraine

hyperthyrodisim

angina pectoris

MI
propranolol (beta-1,2)
glaucoma

hypertension
nadolol and timolol (beta-1,2)
hypertension
acebutolol, atenolol, esmolol, metoprolol (beta-1)
hypertension
pindolol (beta-1,2)
hypertension

CHF
carvedilol, labetalol (alpha-1, beta-1,2)