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1

What kind of inotropic effect do Calcium Channel Blockers have?

Negative

2

What kind of chronotropic effect do Calcium Channel blockers have?

Negative

3

Amlodipine / Norvasc

Dihydropyridine

4

Nicardipine / Cardene

Dihydropyridine

5

Nifedipine / Procardia

Dihydropyridine

6

Verapamil / Calan / Isotopin

Non-dihydropyriine

Phenylalkylamine

7

Diltiazem / Cardizem

Non-dihydropyridine

Benzothiazepine

8

Amlodipine

Norvasc

9

Nicardipine

Cardene

10

Nifedipine

Procardia

11

Verapamil

Calan, Isoptin

12

Diltiazem

Cardizem

13

What is the antidote to Calcium Channel Blockers?

Calcium

14

What is an indication for Verapamil?

SVT

15

What are the two classifications of CCB?

Dihydropyridines

Non-Dihydropyridines

16

What are the two types of calcium channels?

L-types

T-types

17

Which of the two typespf calcium channels play a role in sinos node and AV node depolarization?

T type

18

What is the protype of the DHPs?

Nifedipine

19

Nifedipines is used with what disorder?

coronary spasms

20

What other substance in lare amounts can inhibt the metabolism of niedipine and increase its blood level?

Grapefruit Juice

21

How do DHP end? 
-????

-pine