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Block Reflex Tachycardia with? B1 blocker
Block reflex bradycardia with? M2 blocker
Is Symp? TL or CS Thoracolumbar
Is Parasymp? TL or CS Craniosacral
Location of Receptors in Eye M3 receptor-circular muscle- miosis M3 receptor- ciliary muscle- accommodation- near vision a1 receptor- radial muscle -mydriasis
Miosis caused by? M agonists... Spasm of accommodation a1 blockade... No blurring of vision
Mydriasis caused by? M blockers... Cycloplagia (Paralysis of accommodation) a1 agonist.... No blurring of vision
Innervation of blood vessels? Mainly Symp a1 b2 M3 rec present (Ps) but it's not innervated... Directly acting agonists only...
What's sympathetic cholinergic?
For sweat glands... Under Symp controls but via ach acting on m3
Which ANS receptors are of what type? A1 Gq A2 Gi B1 Gs B2 Gs D Gs M2 Gi M1 and M3 Gq Nn Nm are ion gated channels Na/K
Created by: TiberJain