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Anaphylactic Shock
SubQ Epi
Cardiac Arrest / Complete Conduction Block
ISO and EPI
Asthma / Bronchospasm
EPI and ISO
Direct Acting Adenergic Agonsists
1) Epinepherine
2) Norepinepherine
3) Isoproterenol - Beta's
4) Dopamine- D1 (Beta1>Alpha1)
5) Dobutamine - Beta1 > Beta2, Alpha1 weak
Cardiogenic Shock
Dopamine and Dobutamine
Beta Blockers with Combined Alpha Blocking Properties
1. Lebetalol
2. Carvedilol
Beta Blockers with ISA
1. Pindolol
Beta-1 Blockers
1. Atenolol
2. Metoprolol
Non-selective Beta Blockers
1. Propranolol
2. Nadolol
Selective Alpha-2 Blocker
1. Yohimbine
Selective Alpha-1 Blocker
1. Prazosin
2. Tamsulosin
Nonselective Alpha Adenergic Antagonists
1. Phentolamine
2. Phenoxybenzamine
Selective Alpha-2 Agonist
1. Clonidine
Selective Alpha-1 Agonist
1. Phenylephrine
Selective Beta-2 Agonists
1. Albuterol - lungs
2. Terbutaline/Ritodrine - uterus
Indirect Acting Adenergic Agonists
(PDE Inhibitors)
1. Aminophylline
2. Sildenafil