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Therapeutic Classes

Classes of drugs

Beta Blockes Toprol, Metoprolol
Platelet Aggregation Inhibitors Aspirin
Agonists Refers to drugs to bind to and stimulate a receptor
Statins Zocor, Simvastatin
Nitrates Nitoglycerin
Anticoagulants Coumadin, Wafarin
Loop Diuretic Lasix, Furosemide
Calcium Beta Blocker Adalat, Nifedipine
Adrenergic Refers to neurons that produce adrenaline
ACE Inhibitors Altace, Ramipril
Angiotensin Receptor Blockers Benicar, Olmesartan
Cardiac Glycosides Lanoxin, Digoxin
Antagonists Refers to drugs that bind to and do not stimulate a receptor
Inhibitor Refers to drugs that decrease the activity of an enzyme
Cholinergic Refers to neurons that produce acetylcholine
Dopaminergic Refers to neurons that produce dopamine
Created by: emerald_327