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Autonomic Pharmacology and the peripheral nervous system Adrenergic Antagonists Beta adrenergic Blockers
Peripheral nervous system receptors A. Cholinergic B. Adrenergic C. Beta (1) and Bets (2) D. Dopaminergic - in the kidney and smooth muscles vascular-blood vessels
Autonomic Nervous system 1. SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM- 2. PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM- "rest and digest' Muscrinic 3. SOMATIC MOTOR SYSTEM allow skeletal muscle to move (ex. paralytic drugs)
SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM Epinephrine Norepinephrine
PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM- "rest and digest' [ ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°]
Muscarinic Receptors acetylchoine binds to and competes for in PNS
Muscarinic Antagonists
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