sympathetic nervous system

sympathetic nervous system

What are the two major divisions of the nervous system?

2) What are the two types of neurons of the peripheral nervous system?

3) What are the two systems that include motor neurons?

4) What are the two divisions of the autonomic nervous system?

5) The “Fight or Flight” response is due to the activation of which system?

6) Which receptors are found only as part of the sympathetic nervous system?

a. What are the endogenous ligands of these receptors?

7) Which receptors are found in the parasympathic nervous system?

8) If you see a bear in the woods, what is released and which receptors are activated?

9) What happens during fight or flight (sympathetic) to

a. The pupils

b. Salivation

c. Heart

d. Breathing

e. Digestion

f. Bladder

g. Sex organs

10) What happens during rest and digest (parasympathetic) to

a. The pupils

b. Salivation

c. Heart

d. Breathing

e. Digestion

f. Gallbladder

g. Bladder

h. Sex organs

11) Adrenergic agents do what?

12) Adrenergic blocking agents do what? What are they blocking?

13) Cholinergic agents do what?

14) Cholinergic agents do what? What are they blocking?

15) What is a synapse?

16) What is a ganglion?

17) What are the catecholamines and what do they do?

18) What is the neurotransmitter(s) at the ganglions in the sympathetic nervous system?

19) What is the neurotransmitter(s) at the ganglions in the parasympathetic nervous system?

20) What is the neurotransmitter(s) at the tissues in the sympathetic nervous system?

21) What is the neurotransmitter(s) at the tissues in the parasympathetic nervous system?

22) What is the post-synaptic receptor(s) at the ganglion in the sympathetic nervous system?

23) What is the post-synaptic receptor(s) at the ganglion in the parasympathetic nervous system?

24) What is the post-synaptic receptor(s) at the tissues in the sympathetic nervous system?

25) What is the post-synaptic receptor(s) at the tissues in the parasympathetic nervous system?

26) What is special about alpha-2 receptors? Where are they located and what is their function? If you have an alpha-2 receptor antagonist will you have a flight or fight response or the opposite?

27) Where is norepinephrine synthesized?

28) What is the fate of norepinephrine after it is release and acts on the receptor?

29) Where are Beta 1 receptors found and what do they do in response to sympathetic stimulation?

30) What are the five ways by which a drug can affect synaptic transmission?

31) What kind of receptors are adrenergic receptors?

32) What kind of receptors are nicotinic receptors?

33) What kind of receptors are muscarinic receptors?

34) How does phenylephrine work? What are its adverse effects and how do they relate to the action of the sympathetic nervous system?

35) What is a sympathomimetic?

36) What is a adrenergic blocking agent? Does this produce fight or flight or the oppostite?

37) How does prazosin work? What are its adverse effects and how do they relate to the action of the sympathetic nervous system?

38) Terazosin is used for what? One of your elderly relatives asks you about a prescription for this he received from a specialist. In turn you ask about the other medications your relative has been prescribed by other practioners. What are you concerned about?

39) Why are beta-blockers indicated for different things? What is different about them?
The post sympathetic nervous system

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