Pharmacology (Nicotine Receptor)

Varenicline (Chantix)
Partial Central Nicotinic Receptor Agonist

Mivacurium
Muscle Nicotinic Receptor Antagonist
Fast Onset, Short Duration
Releases most histamine
Contraindicated: COPD, Asthma, Angina

Pancuronium
Muscle Nicotinic Receptor Antagonist
Less histamine released
Non-selective: ganglia and muscle

Atracurium
Muscle Niconitic Antagonist

Doxacurium
Muscle Niconitic Antagonist

Cisatracurium
Muscle Niconitic Antagonist

Rocuronium
Muscle Niconitic Antagonist

Rapacuronium
Muscle Niconitic Antagonist

Succinylcholine
Muscle Nicotinic Receptor Agonist
Depolarizing Neuromuscular Blocker
Malignant Hyperthermia revesed by Dantrolene

Vecuronium
Muscle Niconitic Antagonist

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Propranolol *Nonselective *Low dose-dependent bioavailability Negligible effects on alpha and muscarinic receptors *Nitric Oxide partial agonist activity at beta-receptors Metoprolol *Beta-1 selective (preferable in pts. with diabetes or PVD) Better for pts. who experience bronchoconstriction w/ propranolol but still use …

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