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Term:Alpha 1 Agonist reactionsDefinition:Smooth muscle contraction, pupilconstriction, reduced nasalinflammation, urinary sphincterconstriction.Term:Alpha 2 Agonist reactionsDefinition:Inhibition of NorEpinephrine release.Aggregation of platelets.Term:Beta 1 Agonist reactionsDefinition:Increased heart rate and force.Increased renin release (increasedfluid volume). Increased bloodpressure.Term:Beta 2 Agonist reactionsDefinition:Smooth muscle relaxation.Bronchodilation. Increasedrespiratory rate and depth. Relaxationof uterus.
Term:PhenylephrineDefinition:Binds with Alpha 1 receptors. CausesVasoconstriction.Half Life 2-3 hours.Used for management ofhypotension/shock. Used asdecongestant and for dilation ofpupils.Don't use on extremities, or withhypertension or tachycardia.Administered via IV, SC, PO, Topical,and Rectal.Term:ClonidineDefinition:Binds with Alpha 2 receptors.Vasoconstriction and inhibition ofpain signal transmission to CNSUsed for managment of hypertension,

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