Autonomic Pharmacology Section 5- Alpha Blockers

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TOPICS: Nonselective alpha blockers, phenoxybenzamine, irreversible competitive alpha blocker, nonselective alpha blocker, preoperatively, pheochromocytoma surgery, catecholamine crisis, phentolamine, reversible competitive alpha blocker, nonselective, hypertensive crisis in patients on mao inhibitors (maui), tyramine-containing foods, cocaine-induced hypertension, tissue necrosis following ne extravasation, orthostatic hypertension, reflex tachycardia, alpha1 selective blockers, “osin,” prazosin, terazosin, doxazosin, tamsulosin, hypertension, urinary symptoms associated with bph, ptsd, dizziness, headache, mirtazapine, alpha2 selective, atypical antidepressant
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