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5 Matching Questions

  1. Afferent nerves
  2. effects of parasympathetic ns (rest and digest)
  3. Anticholinergic bronchodilators
  4. acetylcholine esterase
  5. Norepinephrine (NE)
  1. a block the muscarine receptors on the smooth muscle in the bonchioles, causing bronchodilation
  2. b sympathetic transmitter
  3. c -decrease HR and contractability
    -bronchoconstriction (spasms)
    -vasodilation
    -increase muscus
    -lower BP
    -syncope
    -pupils constrict
    -increase GI activity
    -bladder constricts
  4. d -stops the action of ACh
    -esterase=erase
  5. e sensory nerves, carry sensory info back to the brain

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. motor nerves, carry signals to muscles
  2. parasympathetic ns releasing ACh at the smooth muscle receptor
  3. anticholinergic drug used to increase heart rate. overdosing or side effects have the opposite effect of the parasympathetic ns
  4. acetylcholine (ACh)
  5. blocks the parasympathetic ns

5 True/False Questions

  1. beta 1 agonistcause dilation in lungs

          

  2. antimuscarnicsame causes bronchodilation

          

  3. sympathomimetic drugs-epinephrine-anaphylaxis
    -norepinephrine-hypotension
    -dopamine-shock
    -dobtamine-heart failure
    -phenylephrine-nasal congestion-increase BP
    -beta 2 agonist-asthma

          

  4. Agonistact directly on the receptor

          

  5. Acetylcholine (ACh)parasympathetic transmitter

          

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