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Parm 2

receptors

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located in arteriolar smooth muscle cause anteriolar smooth muscle contraction {vasoconstriction} a 1 receptors
smooth muscle contraction is AKA vasoconstriction
located in the heart & ^HR & ^ inotropy B 1 receptors
these receptors are used to Tx HTN B1 blockers
located in the heart ~ lungs ~ pancreas~liver & anteriolar smooth muscle stimulating these causes bronchodilation & vasodilation B 2 receptors
these receptors are located in bronchial tissue M1 M2 M3 receptors
M1 M2 M3 stimulation= bronchoconstriction
M1 M2 M3 inhibited= bronchodilation
M3 mucous secretion through action on the _ _ mucous gland
Created by: aprince1