Classification of Adrenergic Blockers

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Chapter: Medicinal Chemistry : Adrenergic Blockers

I. Alpha receptor blocking agents a. Beta halo alkyl amines b. Natural and dehydrogenated ergot alkaloids c. Imidazole derivatives d. Quinazolines e. Miscellaneous II. Beta-receptor blocking agents a. β-Blockers with membrane stabilizing activity and intrinsic sympathomimetic property b. Specific β-blockers c. β-blockers with membrane stabilizing activity d. β-blockers with cardio selective action e. β-Blockers with α-blocking property


CLASSIFICATION

I. Alpha receptor blocking agents


a. Beta halo alkyl amines


i. Dibenamine



ii. Phenoxy benzamine



b. Natural and dehydrogenated ergot alkaloids



c. Imidazole derivatives



d. Quinazolines



e. Miscellaneous 

Indoramine 

Yohimbine 

Chlorpromazine


II. Beta-receptor blocking agents


a. β-Blockers with membrane stabilizing activity and intrinsic sympathomimetic property


i. Oxprenalol



ii. Pindalol



b. Specific β-blockers

i. Timolol


ii. Nodalol



c. β-blockers with membrane stabilizing activity

i. Propranolol



d. β-blockers with cardio selective action

i. Acebutolol


ii. Atenolol


iii. Metaprolol


iv. Esmolol



e. β-Blockers with α-blocking property

i. Labetolol


ii. Carvediol



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