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Reduced effects on the CNS 5. Respiratory depression. These drugs reduce the sensitivity of the medullary respiratory centers to CO2. a. Respiratory depression is increased when these drugs are combined with any other sedating drug. b. This is the cause of death from an overdose. c. Tolerance does not develop to the depressant action on respiration. d. Respiratory depression is very marked with barbiturates and very weak with benzodiazepines. 6. Abuse potential. Physical dependence occurs with all these drugs and results in an abstinence syndrome upon withdrawal.
Vasodilation of renal and mesenteric blood vessels due to stimulation of D receptors, making it useful for treating shock E. The effects, uses, and side effects for the various sympathomimetics are summarized in Table 2–5. VIII α-Adrenoceptor Antagonists A. Drugs in this class inhibit α-adrenoceptors, thereby reducing the α-effects of endogenously released NE. B. NONSELECTIVE antagonists block both α1- and α2-adrenoceptors. 1. The properties of the various α-antagonists are quite different. a. Phenoxybenzamine (Dibenzyline) is an alkylating agent that forms a reactive intermediate.
1. They have bulky alkyl substitutions on the nitrogen and an oxymethylene bridge near the aromatic ring. 2. The l-isomers are the active forms. C. THE NONSELECTIVE β-blockers inhibit both β1- and β2-adrenoceptors. 1. Propranolol (Inderal) is 90% bound to plasma proteins and is rapidly metabolized by the liver. a. 3) due to first-pass metabolism. b. The IV dose is one third of the oral dose. c. The half-life is short, approximately 3 hours. d. An active metabolite, hydroxypropranolol, is formed.
High-Yield Pharmacology (3rd Edition) (High-Yield Series) by Stephanie T. Weiss