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carnegie Pharmacolog

calcium channel blockers

What do calcium channel blockers do? Disrupts the movement of calcium through calcium channels
A calcium channel blockers agonist or antagonist? Antagonist
What are some indications for calcium channel blockers? Antihypertensive Large vessel stiffness; alter heart rate from xxx antiarrhythmic, events to replace bezel spasm rehab disease; angina
Some Impaired LV Function
Mechanism of action
Block L type calcium channel
What ion depolarizes sinus node? Calcium
What is the ACLS drug of choice for AFib? Diltiazem
What are the effects of CCBs? Act on vascular smooth muscle, meeting contraction of the arteries, cause vasodilation systemic vascular resistance goes down swelling down electrical conduction
What are L-type calcium channels responsible for? The excitation contraction coupling of skeletal smooth and cardiac muscle Phase 2, in the heart there responsible for conduction of pacemaker 6
Reducing the force of contraction is known as A negative inotropic effect
Works during the clientele say that the action potential which is phase 2
Created by: ICVT2b