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pilocarpine
muscarenic agonist
glaucoma
carbachol
muscarenic agonist
glaucoma
metoprolol
b1-blocker
class II antiarrhythmic
HTN, ischemic heart disease, arrthymias
atenolol
b1-blocker
class II antiarrhythmic
HTN, ischemic heart disease, arrthymias
esmolol
b1-blocker
class II antiarrhythmic
HTN, ischemic heart disease, arrthymias
albuterol
b2-agonist
ashthma, COPD, bronchitis
terbutaline
b2-agonist
asthma (emergency), suppress premature labor
salmeterol
b2-agonist
asthma
levadopa
parkinson's
dexmedetomindine
a2-agonist
HTN
tolterodine
antimuscarenic
urinary incontinence (uncontrollable voiding)
propranolol
non-selective b-blocker
class II antiarrthymic
HTN, arrthymias
nadolol
non-selective b-blocker
class II antiarrthymic
HTN, arrthymias
timolol
non-selective b-blocker
glaucoma
betaxolol
b1-blocker
glaucoma
labetalol
a and b blocking (non-selective)
HTN
carvedilol
a and b blocker
decreased mortality
theophylline
methylxanthine
COPD and asthma
aminophylline
methylxanthine
COPD and asthma
cromolyn
anti-inflammatory
asthma and allergic rhinitis
nedocromil
anti-inflammatory
asthma and allergic rhinitis
diphenhydramine
antihistamine
fexofenadine
antihistamine
loratadine
antihistamine
cetirizine
antihistamine
beclomethasone
glucocorticoid
asthma
fluticasone
glucocorticoid
asthma
benztropine
antimuscarenic
Parkinson's
amphetamine
indirect sympathomimetic
methylphenidate
indirect sympathomimetic
prazosin
a1-blocker
HTN
terazosin
a1-blocker
HTN
yohimbine
a2-blocker
antedote for clonidine toxicity
isoproterenol
non-selective b-agonist
phentolamine
non-selective a-blocker
HTN in patients with pheochromocytoma
reversible
phenoxybenzamine
non-selective a-blocker
HTN in patients with pheochromocytoma
irreversible
phenylephrine
a1-agonist
nasal decongestent
mydriatic without cycloplegia
methoxamine
a1-agonist
acetaminophen
analgesic
antipyretic
atropine
antimuscarenic
scopolamine
antimuscarenic
motion sickness
tropicamide
antimuscarenic
mydriasis and cyclopegia
ephedrine/pseudoephedrine
indirect sympathomimetic
nasal decongestant
epinephrine
direct sympathomimetic
a1/2, b1/2
edrophonium
ChE inhibitor
diagnosis of MG
pyridostigmine
ChE inhibitor
treatment of MG
diphenoxylate
opioid
antidiarrheal
give with atropine
latanoprost
prostaglandin
glaucoma
bethanechol
muscarenic agonist
gastric atony, reduce urine retention
norepinephrine
direct sympathomimetic
no b2 effect
dopamine
direct sympathomimetic
hypotension
clonidine
a2 agonist
HTN
neostigmine
ChE inhibitor
MG, GI motility, NM block
physostigmine
ChE inhibitor
glaucoma, antedote for Anticholinergic delirium
echothiophate
ChE inhibitor
pralidoxime
ChE regenerator
ipratropium
antimuscarenic
asthma and COPD
used with b2 agonist
dobutamine
direct sympathomimetic
b1 action
CHF (tolerance can develop)
tacrine
ChE inhibitor
Alz
donepezil
ChE inhibitor
Alz
rivastigmine
ChE inhibitor
Alz
galanthamine
ChE inhibitor
Alz
probenecid
prolongs action of penecillin
methyldopa
sympathoplegic
a2-agonist, inhibits release of NE
HTN
guanethidine
sympathoplegic
a2-agonist, inhibits release of NE
HTN
reserpine
sympathoplegic
a2-agonist, inhibits release of NE
HTN
haloperidol
antipsychotic
dopamine blocker
metoclopramide
antiemetic
block d2, accelerating gastric emptying
ondansetron
serotonin blocker
potent antiemetic
montelukast
leukotriene receptor blocker
chronic asthma (not attacks)
zileuton
lipoxygenase inhibitor
chronic asthma (not attacks)
sildenafil
PDE V inhibitor
ED
digoxin
cardiac glycoside
CHF
quinidine
class IA antiarrhythmic
supraventricular arrhythmias
disopyramide
class IA antiarrhythmic
supraventricular arrhythmias
procainamide
class IA antiarrhythmic
supraventricular arrhythmias
lidocaine
class IB antiarrhythmic
acute ventricular arrhythmias
tocainide
class IB antiarrhythmic
acute ventricular arrhythmias
mexiletine
class IB antiarrhythmic
acute ventricular arrhythmias
amiodarone
class III antiarrhythmic (also classes I, II, and IV)
ventricular arrhythmias and atrial fibrillation
captopril
ACE inhibitor
HTN, CHF
losartan
ARB
HTN, CHF
verapamil
Ca channel blocker class I (cardiac AND vascular effects)
class IV antiarrhythmic
HTN, supraventricular arrhythmias, ischemic heart disease
diltiazem
Ca channel blocker class II (cardiac AND vascular effects)
class IV antiarrhythmic
HTN, supraventricular arrhythmias, ischemic heart disease
nifedipine
Ca channel blocker class III (NO CARDIAC EFFECTS)
HTN
hydralazine
direct vasodilator
HTN
minoxidil
direct vasodilator
HTN
diazoxide
direct vasodilator
HTN
nitroprusside
direct vasodilator
HTN crises
nitroglycerin
direct vasodilator
angina
SE: throbbing headaches