Reference no: EM13665276
1) Briefly present the structural and functional relationship of peripheral nervous system
2) Describe the differences between parasympathetic and sympathetic divisions of autonomic nervous system
3) Describe and compare neurotransmission and neurotransmitters in both divisions of autonomic nervous system
4) Analyze the process of synthesis, storage and inactivation of neurotransmitters
5) Differentiate the main categories of neurotransmitter receptors
6) Compare the drugs acting on cholinergic receptors to drugs acting on adrenergic receptors
7) Functional responses mediated by the autonomic nervous system
8) Drugs acting on autonomic nerves and receptors
9) Compare mechanism of action of drugs that are called agonists to antagonists to nicotinic or muscarinic receptors.
10) Compare the mechanism of action of drugs that are called agonists to antagonists to alpha or beta adrenergic receptors.
11) Explain the purpose of use of drugs that inhibit neurotransmitter synthesis
12)Explain the rationale of clinical usage of cholinesterase inhibitors
13) Explain the rationale of clinical usage of drugs that promote neurotransmitter release or interfere with storage
14) Compare the mechanism of action of sympatomimetics and sympatholytics
15) Identify the differences between direct-acting sympatomimetics and indirect-acting sympatomimetics.
16) Briefly present direct and reflex cardiovascular actions of adrenergic agents.
17) Give examples of most commonly used beta receptor antagonists.
18) Describe the difference between non-selective and selective beta receptor antagonists.