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What are alpha 1 effects
contraction of vascular smooth muscle and GU
glycogenolysis, gluconeogenesis
relaxes intestinal smooth muscle
What are alpha 2 effects
decreased insulin secretion
platelet aggregation
Decreased release of NE
VSM contraction
What are Beta 1 effects
increased HR, contractility, AV nodal conduction
increased renin release
What are Beta 2 effects
VSM relaxation
Bronchodilation
Glyco, lipo, and gluconeogenesis
Presynaptic- NE release
What are Dop 1 effects
VSM dilation
natriuresis
renin release
What are Dop 2 effects
inhibit NE release
Which to adrenergic presynaptic receptors decrease NE release
A2 and D2
responsible for hypokalemia after epinephrine administration
B2 causes Na-K pump activation
What are the effects of fenoldapam
D1 agnonist
arteriolar dilation
natriuresis
Indicated for tx of pulm HTN and RHF because it inhibits HPV
dobutamine
Metabolizes isoproterenol
COMT
Pressor indicated for patients who are refractory to catecholamines
Vassopresin