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Anion-exchange resin, binds bile acids, prevents bile acid and cholesterol absorption
Bradycardia, heart failure, AV node block, Long QT are contraindication for _____channel blockers.
Drug of Choice for PSVT. IV bolus with a half life of 10 seconds.
Fast onset of this CCB is associated wit increased MI and death due to vigorous sympathetic response to sudden drop of BP
Nitrate + ______ Inhibitor results into Fatal Hypotension
Class ___: Flecainide, Propafenone Flec sell Propane IC
Class ______: Quinidine, Procainamide, Disopyramide
Drug Class: Decreases TG and increases HDL
Stronger diuretic used for Edema and hypertensive emergency with acute left ventricular failure
Class ___: Diltiazem, Verapamil, Bepridil
Drug Class: Toxicities include warm flushes, itching, GI upset, hepatic dysfunction, hyperuricemia, and tachyarryhythmias
Toxicity similar to ACE inhibitors except cough and angioedema are not present.
Contraindicated in 2nd to 3rd trimester of pregnancy. Decreases remodeling and decreases preload/afterload
Inhibits NPC1L1 cholesterol transport in gut- prevents absorption of cholesterol
Alpha receptor blocker used for hypertensive emergencies with adrenergic crisises.
Treatment for Raynaud's phenomenon
Arteriole dilator used for preeclampsia/eclampsia of pregnancy.
Beta blocker used for hypertensive emergencies with MI or unstable or angina.
Class ____: Esmolol, Metoprolol, Pindolol, Propanolol
CCB used for subarachnoid hemorrhage
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Class___: Shortens AP
Inhibits aldosterone receptor. Similar to thiazide but no potassium wasting.
Blocks release of NE. Replaces NE in synaptic vesicles acting as a false transmitter.
Beta blockers are not used for this type of angina a1 receptors that are not blocked cause vasospastic angina
Class___: Amiodarone, Bretylium, Sotolol, Ibutilide, Dofetilide
Dilates both arteries and veins. Used as parenteral treatment of hypertensive emergencies. Inhibits pancreatic insulin release
Has Class I, II, III, IV activity and has many effects that lead to decrease in arrhythmias.
D1 agonist used for hypertensive emergencies.
Drug: MOA is vasodilation of large veins and arteries reducing myocardial oxygen requirement.
Positive inotrope that is used to treat Atrial fibrillation. It increases CO, SV, and PVR; Decreases HR
CCB that is used for supraventricular arrhythmia and increases Digoxin levels
Class ____: Lidocaine, Mexiletine, TocainideLidocaine helped Mexiletine with her 'TO ooth de CAINIDE'
Drug of Choice for Ventricular Arrhythmias especially post MI
Class ____: Prolongs AP
Side effects of this drug: Cinchonism (tinnitus, headache, blurred vision), Diplaces digoxin from tissue binding sites.
Class___: No effect on AP duration
Drug Class: Toxicities include Gallstones, Elevated liver enzymes, Enhanced action of oral anticoagulants, Myositis
Class IA drug that also blocks muscarinic receptors.
Irreversible block of amine uptake into synaptic vesicles resulting in depletion of NT.
Drug Class: Decreases VLDL, Increases LPL activity and absolute contraindicated in kidney, liver, or biliary disease

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