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What system is the skeletal muscle in?
somatic efferent system
What is the receptor at the skeletal muscle? (nicotinic/muscarinic) receptor
nicotinic
What system is the blood vessels in?
Sympathetic system
What system is the sweat glands in?
Sympathetic system
What system is the adrenal medulla in?
Sympathetic system
What system is the salivary gland in?
Parasympathetic system
What is the receptor at the blood vessel? (nicotinic/muscarinic) receptor
nicotinic receptor
What is the receptor at the sweat gland? (nicotinic/muscarinic) receptor
both
What is the receptor at the adrenal medullal? (nicotinic/muscarinic) receptor
nicotinic receptor
What is the receptor at the salivary gland? (nicotinic/muscarinic) receptor
both
what is the neurotransmitter for blood vessels?
noradrenaline
Acetylcholine to nicotinic is a (fast epsp/slow epsp/slow epsp/late slow epsp)
fast epsp
Acetylcholine to M2 and dopamine is a (fast epsp/slow epsp/slow epsp/late slow epsp)
slow epsp
Acetylcholine to M1 is a (fast epsp/slow epsp/slow epsp/late slow epsp)
slow epsp
Substance P is a (fast epsp/slow epsp/slow epsp/late slow epsp)
late slow epsp
IV injection of MCNA343 an M1 agonist will (increase/decrease) blood pressure and heart rate
increase
IV injection of carbachol a non-selective muscarinic agonist will (increase/decrease) blood pressure and heart rate
decrease
Nicotine and dimethylphenylpiperazine will (increase/decrease) salivation and sweat
increase
Nicotine and dimethylphenylpiperazine will (increase/decrease) heart rate
increase
Nicotine and dimethylphenylpiperazine will (increase/decrease) blood pressure due to vasconstriction
increase
Nicotine and dimethylphenylpiperazine will (increase/decrease) salivation and sweat
increase
DMPP acts on (nicotinic/muscarinic) receptor
nictonic receptor
Atropine acts on (nicotinic/muscarinic) receptor
muscarinic receptor
Persistant stimulation of ganglionic nictotinic receptor can produce a block of transmission known as.....
depolarisation block
Depolarisation block occurs with (nictone/DMPP)
nicotine
Hexamethonium a ganglion blocking drug was once used to treat...
hypertension
What are the two mechanism of ganglion blockade?
Competitve blockade of nicotinic receptor
Channel block
Channel block is characterised by ____________ block
use dependent block
[Use dependent block]
As concentration of acetylcholine increases, degree of blockade (increase/decrease)
increase
Hexamethomium is mainly a (channel block/receptor block)
channel block
Trimethaphan is a (channel block/receptor block)
receptor block
Tubocurarine is a (channel block/receptor block)
channel block
Which ganglion blocker is used clinically?
trimetaphan
trimetaphan is (short acting/intermediate/irreversible)
short acting
What is trimetaphan used to control?
hypertensive crisis
hypotension