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Ch. 16 Cardiovas Med

Cardiovascular Medications

TermDefinition
Nitrates IFU: Angina MOA: Relaxes smooth muscle & Dilates arteries and veins
Anticoagulants IFU: (Prophylactic), MI, CVA MOA: Intrupt Vit K to help blood clot
Antiplatelet Agents IFU: Risk/History of MI, CVA, Clots MOA: Interfere with plasma membrane of platletes
Thromolytics/Fibrinolytics IFU: MI, CVA, Thrombus, Emboluls MOA; Converts plasminoges to plasmin
Pulmonary Arteries De-Oxygenated blood
Oxygenated Blood Red Blood Cells
Antifibrinolytics IFU: MI, CVA, Thrombus, Emboluls MOA: Inhibits the conversion of plasminogen to plasmin, to maintain clots
Hematopotietics Stimulants IFU: Anemia MOA: Iron - Iron combines with porphyrin & globin to form hemoglobin B12 & Folic Acid - Replaces missing nutrients
ACE Inhibitors IFU: Hypertension MOA: Prevent Angiotension 1 from converting to Angiotention 2
Angiotensiin Receptor Blockes (ARBs) IFU: Hypertension (HTN), Vasodilation MOA: Blocks angiotensin 2 from attaching to receptors sites
Beta-blockers IFU: Angina, HTN, Cardiac Arrythmias, Acute MI
Diuertics IFU: HTN, CHF, Renal disease
Calcium Channel Blockers CLASS IV ARRHYTHMIC IFU: Angina, HTN, Arrhythmias
Cardiac Glycosides IFU: CHF, Arrhythmias
Vasodilators IFU: HTN, Angina MOA: Relaxes smooth muscles in blood vessels
Potassium Channel Blockers CLASS THREE ANTI-ARRHYTHMIC IFU: Ventricular arrhythmias
HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors IFU: Hyperlipidemia MOA: Lower cholestrol levels
Bile Acid Sequestrants IFU: Hyperlipidemia MOA: blocks bile in your stomach to lower choestrol
Fibric Acid Derivatives IFU: Hyperlipidemia MOA: Inhibit the secretioon of triglycerides from the liver
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