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Flashcards in Cardio Drugs Deck (23):
1

What are the beta blockers?

carvedilol
atenolol
propanolol

2

What are the CCB?

amlodipine
Diltiazem
verapamil

3

What are teh alpha 1 antagonist?

prazosin

4

What are the ACE?

lisiopril
enalapril

5

What are the ARB?

losartan

6

What are the Na blocker?

lidocaine

7

What are the K blocker?

amiodorone

8

What to use for PSVT (WPW)?

adenosine

9

What is an anticholinergic?

atropine

10

What is vasodilator?

nitro

11

What is HMG CoA?

atrovastatin/simvistatin

12

Difference between atenolol, propranolol, and carvedilol?

atenolol: selective B 1 antagonist
propranolol: non selective B1 and B2 antagonist
carvedilol: nonselective B1 and B2 antagonist + blocks alpha 1

13

What to use in HF?

carvedilol

14

What HTN drug to use in ashma/COPD?

CCB - amlodipine, diltiazem, verapamil

15

Difference between Amlodipine and diltiazem?

both CCB
amlodipine: dihydropyridine
diltiazem: nondihydropyridine --> same as verapamil

16

What to sue to tx angina and arrhythmias?

diltiazem and verapamil

17

ADR for prazosin?

alpha 1 antagonist
orthostatic hypotension

18

Which antihypertensive inhibits organ remodeling? What else is it good for?

ACE - lisinopril, enalapril and ARB - losartan
renal protective

19

ADR for ACE and ARB?

cough -- bradykinin
angio edema - bradykinin

20

Difference between ACE and ARB?

ACE: angiotension converting enzyme antagonist
ARB: antiogensin II antagonist

21

Which antiarrhythmic prlongs QT interval?

K blocker - amiodorone

22

ADR for nitro?

skin flushing
postural hypotension
reflex tachy
build tolerance

23

Atrovastatin and simvistatin ADR?

myotoxic