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Name 4 names or classes of anti-emetics
1) Metoclopramide
2) Phenothiazine derivatives (chlorpromazine, prochlorperazine)
3) 5-HT3 antagonists (Ondansetron, Dolasetron)
4) Butorphanol
How do 5-HT3 antagonists work?
Inhibit serotonin receptors peripherally in GI and in the CRTZ
Name 3 names or classes of gastro-protectants.
1) H2 blockers - cimetidine, ranitidine, famotidine
2) Proton pump inhibitors - Omeprazole, pantoprazole
3) Sucralfate
How do H2-antagonists work?
Block H2 receptors and histamine-induced release of acid from the parietal cells thereby raising gastric pH
What is the treatment of choice of hypertension in cats?

What are the MoA and effects?

Ca channel blocker - potent vasodilator
How is a PSS medically managed?

What is the pharmacologic treatment for hyperthyroidism in cats?
What prokinetic agent works on the stomach, SI, and colon?
Cisapride - works on smooth muscle