Adrenolytic

This pharmacological group includes adrenolytic agents such as sympatholytics in combinations. Below is a list of sympatholytics in combinations: Hydrochlorothiazide + Dihydralazine + Reserpine Reserpine + Dihydralazine Dihydroergocristine + Clopamide  + Reserpine Dihydroergocristine + Clopamide + Reserpine Dihydroergocristine + Clopamide + Reserpine Dihydroergocristine + Clopamide + Reserpine Hydrochlorothiazide + Dihydroergotoxin + Reserpine Hydrochlorothiazide + Dihydralazine…

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Sympatholytics are substances that reduce the amount of a mediator released at the endings of the sympathetic nerves, and thus inhibit the transmission of adrenergic excitation. Unlike adrenergic blockers, sympatholytics do not interact with postsynaptic adrenergic receptors. The main representatives of this group are reserpine, guanethidine, and bretilium tosylate. These drugs are currently not widely…

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This pharmacological group includes such adrenolytic agents as beta-blockers in combinations. Below is a list of beta-blockers in combinations: Amlodipine * + Bisoprolol Bisoprolol * + Amlodipine Bisoprolol * + Hydrochlorothiazide Atenolol * + Chlorthalidone Clopamide * + Pindolol Vinpocetine * + Indapamide * + Metoprolol * + Enalapril Dorzolamide * + Timolol Latanoprost *…

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This pharmacological group includes adrenolytic agents such as beta-blockers. Below is a list of beta blockers: Propranolol Bisoprolol Timolol Atenolol Acebutolol Betaxolol Metoprolol Metoprolol Nebivolol Esmolol Pindolol Sotalol Nadolol Talinolol Metoprolol Bopindolol Oxprenolol Metipranolol Celiprolol Esatenolol

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This pharmacological group includes adrenolytic agents such as alpha-adrenergic blockers in combinations. Below is a list of alpha blockers in combinations: Dihydroergotamine * + Caffeine (Dihydroergotaminum + Coffeinum) Propyphenazone * + Caffeine + Camilofin chloride + Mecloxamine citrate + Ergotamine tartrate (Propyphenazonum + Coffeinum + Kamilophini chloridum + Mecloxamini citras + Ergotamini tartras) Ergotamine Tartrate…

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Drugs capable of shielding postsynaptic alpha-adrenergic receptors from contact with a mediator (norepinephrine) or adrenergic agonists circulating in the blood (endogenous adrenaline, drugs) are divided into selective alpha1-adrenergic blockers (alfuzosin, prazosin, doxulzinosinosin, tamper, and dr. and non-selective, blocking both alpha1- and alpha2-adrenergic receptors (phentolamine, tropodifen, ergot alkaloids and their derivatives, nicergoline, prooxane, butyroxan, etc.). Drugs…

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Alpha-blockers and beta-blockers include substances that simultaneously block both types of adrenergic receptors (carvedilol, labetalol, proxodolol). By blocking both subtypes of beta-adrenergic receptors and alpha1-adrenergic receptors, these agents exhibit typical beta-blocking and peripheral vasodilatory effects. The combination of a decrease in cardiac output and heart rate with vasodilation and a decrease in OPSS causes a…

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Adrenolytics or antiadrenergic drugs lower the tone of the sympathetic part of the autonomic nervous system. Given the mechanism of action, they are divided into adrenergic blockers (non-selective and selective – depending on the selectivity of action on the types and subtypes of adrenergic receptors) and sympatholytic. Adrenergic blockers shield (close) adrenergic receptors and prevent…

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