Alpha-blockers and beta-blockers

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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