Ganglionic Activity of Cardiovascular Drugs
Since the major use of ganglion-blocking drugs is in the treatment of cardiovascular disease, it is necessary to discuss the interaction between these blocking drugs and cardiovascular drugs. This section will examine three form of pharmacological actions and interactions: first, the effect of cardiovascular drugs on the autonomic ganglia; second, the influence of ganglionic blockade on the haemodynamic action of cardiovascular drugs; and third, the influence of cardiovascular drugs on the hypotensive action of ganglion-blocking drugs.
KeywordsAngiotensin Norepinephrine Catecholamine Renin Nash
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