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action of B1 receptor
increase renin release
inotropic and chronotropic
kidney
heart
action of B 2 receptor
vasodilation
bronchodilation
glycogenolysis
vessels
lungs
liver
action of B3 receptor
lypolosis
mixed a1/b antagonist used in CHF
carvidiol
propranolol
pindolol
nadolol
timolol-->MOA
nonselective beta antagonist
metoprolol
atenolol
esmolol
b1 selective antagonist
side effects of beta blockers
impotence
asthma
CHF, bradycardia
relaxes arterioles more than venules, used in preeclampsia and needs to be given with b-blocker to prevent reflex tachicardia
hydralazine
SA are increased hair growth, pericardial effusion and must be given with b-blocker to prevent reflex tachycardia
minoxidil
lupus like syndrome
hydralazine
calcium channel blockers used for high bp
nifedipine
verapamil
side affects of ACE inhibitors (the oprils)
hyperkalemia, cough, angioedema, proteinuria, taste change, hypOtension, pregnancy problem (fetal renal problems), increased renin, lower Ang II
spell h captopril
Why shouldn't losartan be used in pregnancy
fetal renal toxicity
vasodilation more in veins, CN poisoning
nitroprusside
pneumonics for hypertension drugs
undo symp CHaRGe to Block My Pressure
Mine, Never, Never Very High
H Captopril