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Chapter: Modern Medical Toxicology: Cardiovascular Poisons: Diurets, Antihypertensives and Antiarrhythmics

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Antihypertensives - Cardiovascular Poison

Antihypertensives are generally classified as follows:

ANTIHYPERTENSIVES

Antihypertensives are generally classified as follows:

Diuretics

·              Centrally acting agents

·              Ganglionic blocking agents.

·              Adrenergic neuron blocking agents

·              Beta adrenergic antagonists (Beta blockers)

·              Alpha adrenergic antagonists (Alpha blockers).

Vasodilators

·              Arterial

·              Arterial and venous

Calcium channel blockers

Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitors

Angiotensin II receptor antagonists.

Diuretics have already been discussed in the foregoing sections.

 

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