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1. Treat glaucoma

1.1. pilocarpine

1.2. betaxolol

1.3. timolol

1.4. latanoprost

1.5. bimatoprost

1.6. epinephrine

1.7. apraclonidine

1.8. acetazolamide

1.9. dorzolamide

1.10. isofluophate

1.11. echothiophate

1.12. mannitol

2. Agonists

2.1. Nicotinic receptor agonists

2.1.1. nicotine

2.1.2. succinylcholine

2.2. Adrenergic agonists

2.2.1. norepinephrine

2.2.2. epinephrine

2.2.3. dopamine

2.2.4. dobutamine

2.2.5. isoproterenol

2.2.6. salmeterol

2.2.7. terbutaline

2.2.8. albuterol

2.2.9. ritodrine

2.2.10. phenylephrine

2.2.11. oxymetazoline

2.2.12. tyramine

2.2.13. amphetamine

2.2.14. ephedrine

2.2.15. pseudoephedrine

2.3. Cholinergic agonists

2.3.1. acetylcholine

2.3.2. methacholine

2.3.3. carbachol

2.3.4. bethanechol

2.3.5. succinylcholine

2.3.6. pilocarpine

3. Other

3.1. Raise/lower PH

3.1.1. Acetazolamide

3.1.2. Ammonium Chloride

3.2. Inhibitors

3.2.1. Phosphodiesterase inhibitors

3.2.1.1. theophylline

3.2.1.2. caffeine

3.2.1.3. papaverine

3.2.1.4. sildenafil

3.2.2. Organophosphate AChase inhibitors

3.2.2.1. dimpylate

3.2.2.2. isofluophate

3.2.2.3. parathion

3.2.2.4. malathion

3.2.2.5. echothiophate

3.2.3. Carbamate AChase inhibitors

3.2.3.1. physostigmine

3.2.3.2. donepezil

3.2.3.3. rivastigmine

3.2.3.4. galantamine

3.2.3.5. neostigmine

3.2.3.6. pyridostigmine

3.2.3.7. carbaryl

3.2.3.8. edrophonium

3.3. Treat impotence

3.3.1. phentolamine

3.3.2. papverine

3.3.2.1. Personal Todo List

3.3.2.2. Vacation Planning

3.3.2.3. Meeting Minutes

3.3.2.4. Project Plan

3.3.2.5. more...

3.3.3. alprostadil

3.3.3.1. Offline Mode

3.3.3.2. Geistesblitz Tools

3.3.3.3. Email & SMS Gateways

3.3.3.4. Offline Mode

3.3.4. sildenafil

3.4. Treat OP poisoning

3.4.1. pralidoxime

3.5. sympatholytic drugs

3.5.1. alpha-methyldopa

3.5.2. reserpine

3.5.3. guanethidine

3.6. drugs neuronal NE Uptake 1

3.6.1. cocaine

4. Antagonists

4.1. NMDA Antagonist

4.1.1. memantine

4.2. Muscarinic antagonist

4.2.1. Quaternary

4.2.1.1. N-methylatropine

4.2.1.2. methscopolamine

4.2.1.3. tiotropium

4.2.1.4. ipratropium

4.2.1.5. glycopyrrolate

4.2.2. tertiary

4.2.2.1. atropine

4.2.2.2. scopolamine

4.2.2.3. cyclopentolate

4.2.2.4. tropicamide

4.2.2.5. benztropine

4.2.2.6. trihexyphenidyl

4.2.2.7. dicyclomine

4.2.2.8. hyoscyamine

4.2.2.9. oxybutynin

4.2.2.10. tolterodine

4.2.2.11. solifenacin

4.2.2.12. darifenacin

4.2.2.13. diphenhydramine

4.3. alpha-antagonists

4.3.1. phenoxybenzamine

4.3.2. phentolamine

4.3.3. prazosin, terazosin, doxazosin

4.3.4. tamsulosin

4.3.5. labetalol

4.3.6. yohimbe

4.3.7. ergotamine, dihydrogergotamine

4.4. beta- antagonists

4.4.1. betaxolol

4.4.2. atenolol

4.4.3. metoprolol

4.4.4. esmolol

4.4.5. propranolol

4.4.6. timolol

4.4.7. labetalol

4.5. N1- receptor antagonist

4.5.1. trimethaphan