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Question 1: | ________ |- | cAMP mediated | Adrenergic stimulation results in elevated levels of cAMP and protein kinase A, which results in increasing calcium removal from the cytoplasm | prostacyclin |- | cGMP mediated (Nitrovasodilator) | Through stimulation of protein kinase G | nitric oxide |}
AdenosineAdenosine triphosphateAdenosine diphosphateAdenosine monophosphate

Question 2: Vasodilation refers to the widening of blood vessels[1] resulting from relaxation of smooth muscle cells within the vessel walls, particularly in the large ________, smaller arterioles and large veins.
ArteryArterial treeSystemic circulationAorta

Question 3: This relaxation, in turn, relies on removing the stimulus for contraction, which depends on intracellular calcium ion concentrations and, consequently, phosphorylation of the light chain of the contractile protein ________.

Question 4: The process is essentially the opposite of ________, or the narrowing of blood vessels.
AngiotensinBlood pressureVasoconstrictionVasodilation

Question 5: ________ (THC) - the major active chemical in marijuana.

Question 6: ________ (ANP) - a weak vasodilator.
ReninAtrial natriuretic peptideAldosteroneVasopressin

Question 7:
  • Glyceryl trinitrate (commonly known as ________)
    NitroglycerinPentaerythritol tetranitrateErythritol tetranitrateCordite

Question 8: Antihypertensives • Diuretics • Vasodilators • Beta blockers • Calcium channel blockers • renin-angiotensin system (________, Angiotensin II receptor antagonists, Renin inhibitors)
ACE inhibitorAntihypertensive drugChemotherapyATC code L

Question 9: Alpha blockers (block the vasoconstricting effect of ________).

Question 10: It may also be used to treat ________ (PAH).
Pulmonary hypertensionPneumoniaChylothoraxPulmonary embolism

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