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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for albuterol?

Adrenergic agonist; beta-2

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for atenolol?

Adrenergic antagonist; beta-1

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for atropine?

Cholinergic antagonist; muscarinic

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for benztropine?

Cholinergic antagonist; muscarinic

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for bethanechol?

Cholinergic agonist; muscarinic

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for carvedilol?

Adrenergic antagonist; alpha-1, beta-1, beta-2

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for clonidine?

adrenergic antagonist; alpha-2 agonist

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for dobutamine?

Adrenergic agonist; beta-1

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for donepezil?

Cholinergic agonists; AChEI

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for dopamine?

Adrenergic agonist; D1/indirect

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for doxazosin?

Adrenergic antagonist; alpha-1

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for Edrophonium?

Cholinergic agonists; AChEI

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for EPI?

Adrenergic agonist; alpha-1, beta-1, beta-2

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for ipratropium?

Cholinergic antagonist; muscarinic

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for isoproterenol?

Adrenergic agonist; beta-1, beta-2

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for labetalol?

Adrenergic antagonist; alpha-1, beta-1, beta-2

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for metoprolol?

Adrenergic antagonist; beta-1

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for neostigmine?

Cholinergic agonists; AChEI

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for NOR?

Adrenergic agonist; alpha-1, beta-1

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for organophosphate nerve gases?

Cholinergic agonists; AChEI

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for oxybutynin?

Cholinergic antagonist; muscarinic

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for phenylephrine?

Adrenergic agonist; alpha-1

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for pilocarpine?

Cholinergic agonist; muscarinic

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for prazosin?

Adrenergic antagonist; alpha-1

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for propranolol?

Adrenergic antagonist; beta-1, beta-2

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for pseudoephedrine?

Adrenergic agonist; indirect

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for pyridostigmine?

Cholinergic agonists; AChEI

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for scopolamine?

Cholinergic antagonist; muscarinic

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for terazosin?

Adrenergic antagonist; alpha-1

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for tioptropium?

Cholinergic antagonist; muscarinic

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L2: What is the categorization and receptor specificity for tolterodine?

Cholinergic antagonist; muscarinic

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L3: Name adrenergic agonists selective for alpha-1 receptors. (1)

Phenylephrine

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L3: Name adrenergic agonists selective for Beta-1 receptors. (1)

Dobutamine

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L3: Name adrenergic agonists selective for beta-2 receptors (1)

Albuterol

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L3: Name adrenergic antagonists selective for alpha-1 receptors (3).

Prazosin, Terazosin, Doxazosin

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L3: Name adrenergic antagonists specific for alpha-2 receptors (1)

Clonidine

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L3: Name adrenergic antagonists specific for beta-1 and beta-2 receptors (1)

Propranolol

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L3: Name adrenergic antagonists specific for beta-1 receptors (2).

Metoprolol, atenolol

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L3: Name drugs that act as agonists at muscarinic receptors (2)

Bethanechol, pilocarpine

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L3: Name drugs that act as cholinergic agonists via AChE inhibition. (5)

Neostigmine, Pyridostigmine, Edrophonium, Donepezil, Organophosphates

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L3: Name indirect-acting adrenergic agonists (2)

Pseudoephedrine, dopamine

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L3: Name moderate to long-acting AChE inhibitors (2)

Neostigmine, Pyridostigmine

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L3: Name nonspecific direct-acting adrenergic agonists. (1)

EPI

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L3: Name nonspecific direct-acting adrenergic antagonists (2)

Labetolol, carvedilol

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L3: Name short-acting AChE inhibitors. (1)

Edrophonium

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L3: Name very long acting AChE inhibitors (1)

Organophosphates

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L4: Name 7 cholinergic agonists.

Bethanechol, pilocarpine, neostigmine, pyridostigmine, edrophonium, donepezil, organophosphates

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L4: Name 7 muscarinic antagonists.

Atropine, scopolamine, benztropine, oxybutynin, tolterodine, ipratropium, tiotropium

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L4: Name 8 adrenergic agonists.

EPI, NOR, Dopamine, isoproterenol, albuterol, phenylephrine, pseudoephedrine, dobutamine

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L4: Name 9 adrenergic antagonists.

Prazosin, Terazosin, Doxazosin, Propranolol, labetalol, carvedilol, atenolol, metoprolol, clonidine