IB 117 _20 CV angina _ HTN

IB 117 _20 CV angina _ HTN - to treat HTN metaprolol &...

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IB 117 Thomas Carlson Cardiovascular remedies angina pectoris & HTN Plant origin Geographic al origins Mechanism of action / therapeutic uses hawthone berry or flower extract Crataegus monogyna, C. laevigata, C. oxyacantha, Europe dilation of coronary arteries to treat angina pectoris Fruit extracts Ammi visnaga Europe dilation of coronary arteries to treat angina pectoris theobromine Theobroma cacao South America dilation of coronary arteries to treat angina pectoris Dark chocolate & theobromine Theobroma cacao South America Smooth muscle relaxant
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Unformatted text preview: to treat HTN metaprolol & atenolol derived from ephedrine Ephedra sinica China Adrenergic blocker at Beta 1 receptors to treat HTN verapamil derived from papaverine Papaver somniferum SE Europe block cardiac Ca+ channels to slow conduction and treat HTN reserpine Rauvolfia serpentina India Reduces norepinephrine levels in synapse by damaging storage vesicles in nerve terminus deserpidine Rauvolfia canescens India Reduces norepinephrine levels in synapse by damaging storage vesicles in nerve terminus...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2011 for the course IB 117 taught by Professor Professorcarlson during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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