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Barbiturates Classification Long acting Phenobarbitone Short acting ButobarbitonePentobarbitone Ultra short acting ThiopentoneMethohexitone Pharmacological actionBarbiturates are general depressants for all excitatory cells, the CNS is most sensitive where effects is almost global, but certain areas are more susceptible. 1. CNS Produce dosed dependant...Read on
Antiarrythmic drugs The drugs used for arrhythmias fall into five major groups or classes:- 1. Group 1 Membrane stabilizing agentsSodium channel blockers i. Group1A- Quinidine, Procainamide, Disopyramide ii. Group1B-lidocaine, Mexiletine iii. ...Read on
Diuretics Classification 1. High efficacy diuretics (inhibitor of Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransport) Sulphamoyl derivatives: Furosemide, bumetanide, torasemide 2. Medium efficacy diuretics (inhibitors of Na+-Cl- symport) Benzothiadiazines (thiazides) ...Read on