Saturday, April 9, 2011

Adrenergic neuron blocking drugs

These drugs decrease the delivery of catecholamines such as norepinephrine to adrenergic receptors.

It is an adrenergic neurotransmitter. It is stored in the granular organelles. It is secreted by adrenal glands.

It is produced in sympathetic adrenergic neurons and attaches to adrenergic receptors.

1. It elevates blood pressure and breathing rate.
2. It elevates blood sugar.
3. It causes a decline in the activity of the intestines. 
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