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Estimation of some beta-adrenoceptor blocking drugs in body fluids.
Charles Dominic Kinney
Written in English
Thesis (M. Sc.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1984.
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Beta blockers are a group of drugs that inhibit the sympathetic activation of β-adrenergic receptors. Cardioselective blockers (e.g., atenolol, bisoprolol) primarily block β 1 receptors in the heart, causing decreased heart rate, cardiac contractility, cardiac workload, and AVN conduction. After some time, cardiac output returns to normal, but blood pressure remains decreased due to absence of renin. Block beta 1 receptors on JG cells, decreasing renin and blood pressure. Presynaptically decrease the release of norepinephrine. Central action by blocking beta 1 receptors in vasomotor center, decreasing sympathetic activity.
ABSTRACT: Background: Metabolic derangement in term of glucose dysregulation, dyslipidemia, and electrolyte disturbances are the adverse reactions of beta-adrenoceptor blockers that limit their : To investigate the effect of BARBs on the cardio-metabolic risk factors and platelet indices that play a role in accelerating the atherogenicity. Beta adrenergic blocking agents: A class of drugs, also called beta blockers, that block beta-adrenergic substances such as adrenaline (epinephrine), a key agent in the "sympathetic" portion of the autonomic (involuntary) nervous system. By blocking the action of the sympathetic nervous system on the heart, these agents relieve stress on the heart.. They slow the heart beat, lessen the force.
The two drugs had similar effects. Possible mechanisms for these observations are discussed. 3 Perceived exertion during exercise was increased by both the beta-adrenoceptor blocking drugs and this may be of relevance to the symptom of fatigue reported by patients on these : S B Pearson, D C Banks and J M Patrick. Some block activation of all types of β-adrenergic receptors and others are selective for one of the three known types of beta receptors, designated β 1, β 2 and β 3 receptors. β 1-adrenergic receptors are located mainly in the heart and in the code: C
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Furberg C, Michaelson G. Effect of aptin, a beta-adrenergic blocking agent, in arterial hypertension. Acta Med Scand. Nov; (5)– [Google Scholar] Furberg CD. Beta-adrenergic receptor blocking drugs in hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, autonomically mediated cardiovascular functional disorders and Fallot's tetralogy.
by: The variation in properties of beta adrenoceptor blocking drugs can be used as a basis for classification. There are those which are non-selective, those which have a selective action on the beta 1 receptors, and then those drugs which in addition possess vasodilator or alpha receptor blocking properties.
They may be further sub-divided into various groups according to the presence or Cited by: Beta-Adrenoceptor Antagonists. Cite this entry as: () Beta-Adrenoceptor Blocking Drugs. In: Stolerman I.P. (eds) Encyclopedia of Psychopharmacology. Journal of Chromatography, () Biomedical Applications Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam --Printed in The Netherlands CHROMBIO.
Note Determination of the beta4drenoceptor blocking drug sotalol in plasma and tissues of the rat by mance liquid chromatography with ultraviolet detection BJ~RN LEMMER*, THOMAS OHM and HORST WINKLER Cited by: Other properties: Some beta-blockers also block effects mediated at peripheral alpha-adrenoceptors (e.g.
carvedilol and labetalol), stimulate beta 2-adrenoceptors (e.g. celiprolol) or have direct vasodilator activity (e.g. nebivolol). Pharmacokinetics Beta-blockers vary in the degree of elimination by the kidney or the liver, usually with. Chronic treatment with oxprenolol or propranolol in active hypertensive patients was associated with elevation of serum growth hormone (GH).
Propranolol, 80 mg orally, caused a marked rise in GH in 3 of 4 acromegalic by: 6. The full effect of the drug on blood pressure was seen within 24 h of its recommencement.
Changes in blood pressure, pulse rate, and plasma renin activity occurred but these were not considered to be causally related. The response of plasma renin activity to posture was ablated when the patients were receiving beta‐ adrenoceptor blocking by: Carbon dioxide production and exercise ventilation were unchanged.
The two drugs had similar effects. Possible mechanisms for these observations are discussed. 3 Perceived exertion during exercise was increased by both the beta‐adrenoceptor blocking drugs and this may be of relevance to the symptom of fatigue reported by patients on these by: Ke~'n'ords: Beta-blockers: Ion chromatography; Pharmaceutical preparations I.
Introduction Beta-adrenoceptor blocking drugs are of thera- peutic value in the treatment of various cardiovas- cular disorders, such as angina pectoris, cardiac arrhythmia and hypertension [1,2].Cited by: Beta-adrenoceptor blocking drugs (beta-blockers) block the beta-adrenoceptors in the heart, peripheral vasculature, bronchi, pancreas, and liver.
and block peripheral adrenoceptors. Some beta-blockers depress plasma renin secretion. It is possible that a central effect. both in pharmaceutical formulations and in body fluids.
of Beta-Adrenergic-Blocking Agents in Pharmaceutical. The usefulness of densitometry to direct detection of some drugs was also. Beta adrenoceptor blocking drugs are relatively well tolerated and adverse reactions to them are not common.
The ones that do occur are reviewed in this paper under the following headings: Short term adverse reactions, drug interactions, long term adverse reactions, risks in pregnancy and hazards of abrupt by: Abstract. 1 This paper reviews the nature and clinical value of intrinsic sympathomimetic activity (ISA) as a property of β-adrenoceptor blocking drugs.
2 It suggests that ISA may reduce the incidence of certain cardiac, respiratory and peripheral vascular side effects including bronchospasm, peripheral vasospasm and rebound tachycardia and cardiac by: A drug must engage its intended target to achieve its therapeutic effect.
However, conclusively measuring target engagement (TE) in situ is challenging. This complicates preclinical development and is considered a key factor in the high rate of attrition Read More.
Full Text HTML; Download PDFCited by: Bai TR, Webb D, Hamilton M. Treatment of hypertension with beta-adrenoceptor blocking drugs. J R Coll Physicians Lond. Oct; 16 (4)– Brewer C. Beneficial effect of beta-adrenergic blockade on "exam.
nerves". Lancet. Aug 26; 2 ()– Coltart DJ, Shand by: Its beta‐adrenoceptor blocking action was shown to four‐fold that of propranolol at the cardiac and renal levels and to last at least 25 h after drug intake. 4 The peak blood level of betaxolol was reached 2 to 4 hr after its administration, the first‐pass loss is likely to be low and the half‐ life is by: BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL 20 JANUARY Beta-adrenoceptor-blockingdrugs andblood sugar control in diabetesmellitus ADWRIGHT, S GBARBER, MJ KENDALL, PHPOOLE British MedicalJournal,1, Summaryandconclusions The effects on diabetic control of the relative cardio- selective beta-blocker metoprolol and the non-selective drug propranolol were compared in 20 hypertensiveCited by: Introduction.
β-Adrenoceptor antagonists (β-blockers) are one of the most widely used classes of drugs in clinical halol and propranolol, the first β-blockers, were first shown to lower blood pressure and have beneficial effects in the management of angina (Black et al., ).By binding to cardiac β-adrenoceptors, these early β-blockers were able to block the binding (and Cited by: The Lancet MORPHOMETRIC CHANGES IN RABBIT VENTRICULAR MYOCARDIUM PRODUCED BY LONG-TERM BETA-ADRENOCEPTOR BLOCKADE n Williams J.
Tasgal A.E.G. Raine Department of Pharmacology, Oxford University, United Kingdom In rabbits long-term beta-adrenoceptor blockade did not cause any change in the morphology of individual organelles in the ventricular Cited by: Comparison of four different beta‐adrenoceptor blocking drugs on lymphocyte isoprenaline‐stimulated cyclic AMP production.
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Mea-suring the concentrations of these drugs in biological fluids is impor-tant during drug development and clinical tests as well as for moni-toring purposes during medication of patients.1,2,3 Sample preparation is still one of the bottlenecks in.Start studying adrenoceptor antagonists: beta blockers.
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