Element 5 Drugs

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Element 5 Drugs by Mind Map: Element 5 Drugs

1. Post synaptic acting drugs

1.1. Non-polarising blockers (competitive antagonists) (reversed by anticholinsterases)

1.1.1. D-tubocurarine

1.1.2. Atracurium

1.1.3. Cisatracurium

1.1.4. Mivacurium

1.2. Depolarising blockers (agonist)

1.2.1. Succinylcholine (suxamethonium)

1.3. Anticholinesterases (if too active)

2. Random

2.1. Aspirin

2.1.1. Materials

2.1.2. Personnel

2.1.3. Services

2.1.4. Duration

2.2. Diazepam

2.3. Tetradoxin

2.4. Prozac/Fluoxetine

2.5. Sildenafil/Viagra

3. Presynaptic acting drugs

3.1. Hemicholinium/Triethylcholine

3.2. Vesamicol

3.3. Botulinum toxin (Botox)

3.4. α-latrotoxin

4. Reversible competitive antaganonists

4.1. Propranolol

4.2. Haloperidol

4.3. Atropine

4.4. Ranitidine

4.5. (D-)tubocurarine

5. Parasympathomimetics

5.1. Muscarinic receptor agonists

5.1.1. Selective

5.1.1.1. Cevimeline (M3)

5.1.2. Non-selective

5.1.2.1. Muscarine

5.1.2.2. Bethanechol

5.1.2.3. Carbachol

5.1.2.4. Acetylcholine

5.2. Anticholinesterases

5.2.1. Short acting- Edrophonium

5.2.2. Medium acting- Neostigmine

5.2.3. Irreversible - dyflos

6. Parasympatholytics

6.1. Muscarinic anatagonists (competitive antagonists)

6.1.1. Atropine

6.1.2. Hyoscine

6.1.3. Ipratropium

6.1.4. Pirenzepine

7. Drugs effecting the synthesis of NA

7.1. α-metirosine

7.2. Carbidopa/Benserazide

8. Drugs affecting uptake 1 (NA)

8.1. Tricyclic antidepressants - imipramine

8.2. Cocaine

8.3. Amphetamine, phenoxybenzamine, guanethidine (=noradrenergic neurone blocker)

9. Drugs effecting uptake 2 (NA)

9.1. Phenoxybenzamine

10. Displacing agents (NA)

10.1. Ephedrine

10.2. Pseudoephedrine

10.3. Amphetamine, Metamphetamine, Ecstasy (MDMA)

10.4. Tyramine in food

11. Mixed Agonist (all α and β)

11.1. Adrenaline

12. α1 agonists

12.1. Phenylephrine

12.2. Xylometazoline & Oxymetazoline

12.3. Metaraminol

13. α2 agonists

13.1. Clonidine

13.2. Moxonidine

13.3. Methyldopa (and reduces NA)

14. Mixed β agonists

14.1. Isoprenaline (all β)

14.2. Dobutamine (β1 and α1)

14.3. Dopamine (β1 and α1)

15. β2 agonists

15.1. Salbutamol & Terbutaline

16. Mixed α antagonists

16.1. Phenoxybenzamine = irreversible

16.2. Phentolamine = reversible

17. α1 antagonist

17.1. Prazosin

18. β1 and β2 antagonist

18.1. Propranolol

19. β1 >>> β2 antagonist

19.1. Atenolol

20. α1 and β1 antagonist

20.1. Carvedilol

21. MAO Inhibitors (antidepressants)

21.1. Reversible inhibitors

21.1.1. Moclobemide

21.2. Irreversible inhibitors

21.2.1. Phenelzine

21.2.2. Tranylcypromine

21.2.3. Isocarboxazid

22. Ligand gated channel blocker (non-competitive antagonist)

22.1. Memantine