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Skeletal muscle relaxants (2011) - drdhriti - SlideShare

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A power point presentation on "Skeletal Muscle Relaxants" suitable for UG MBBS Classification: Peripherally acting SMRs A. Neuromuscular.

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A power point presentation on "Skeletal Muscle Relaxants" suitable for UG MBBS level students.

Published on Dec 15, 2011.

A power point presentation on "Skeletal Muscle Relaxants" suitable for UG MBBS level students.

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Skeletal Muscle Relaxants

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Skeletal Muscle Relaxants

Mechanism of Action. Peripherally acting muscle relaxants interact with nicotinic-muscle (Nm) receptors to. block acetylcholine (ACH) attachment on the.

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Lecture 9 SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANTS.ppt

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Lecture 9 SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANTS.ppt

1. SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANTS. Dr. Abdul Latif Mahesar. King Saud University. 2. Classification on basis of site of action and mechanism of action.

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SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANT authorSTREAM

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SKELETAL MUSCLE RELAXANT - authorSTREAM Presentation. CONTENTS Introduction History Acetylcholine Classification of SMR.

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Benzodiazepines as Centrally Acting Skeletal Muscle Relaxants

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Benzodiazepines as Centrally Acting Skeletal Muscle Relaxants

When skeletal muscle relaxants are given, they expose the weakness of limbs. Mechanism of Action of centrally acting drugs. Decrease the hyperactivity of.

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Mechanism of Action of centrally acting drugs.

This is achieved either by increasing the release of inhibitory neurotransmitters or decreasing the release of excitatory neurotransmitters. The pain encountered in these spasms is due to release of subs P, which is decreased by these drugs.

These drugs depress the pulse transmission in polysynaptic pathways.

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They can be given orally or parentally.

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