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USMLE - CholAdrDrugs

USMLE - Cholinergic and Adrenergic Drugs

hemicholinium blocks the uptake of choline through the Na pump --> prevents further synthesis of Ach from choline and Acetyl CoA
vesamicol inhibit the packaging of Ach into storage granules --> decrease Ach availability
botulinum toxin interacts with synaptobrevin on the presynaptic membrane to prevent the release of Ach
tetanus toxin blocks the release of GABA in the CNS --> overstimulation of CNS neurons
muscarinic agonists BETH MET a CARB-eating Muscle man named PILO: bethanecol, methacholine, carbachol, pilocarpine
muscarinic antagonists THIMBAGS: tropicamide, homotropine, ipratroprium, methscopolamine, benztropine, atropine, glycopyrrolate, scopolamine
nicotinic agonists nicotine
nicotinic N(m) antagonists SAT: succinyl choline, atracurium, tubocurarine
nicotinic N(N) antagonists HM hexamethonium, mecamylamine
Created by: christinapham