Journal of Cardiac Pharmacology Case Reports publishes case reports in Cardiac Pharmacology journal, research in Cardiac Pharmacology journal, medicines in Cardiac Pharmacology journal etc. The circulatory system consists of a posh array of pipes (vessels), flexible tubing (smooth muscle capable of constriction and relaxation), flow restrictors (venous and cardiac valves), and a mechanical pump (myocardium). Therefore, basic principles of receptor pharmacology are presented briefly to supply a foundation for discussing individual cardiovascular medications. Once these principles are established, the discussion turns to perioperative chronic cardiac medications, followed by intraoperative acute cardiac medications, and eventually ends with protocols for drug therapy within specific clinical situations. Because cardiovascular pharmacology may be a vast discipline, whenever possible only pertinent reviews are cited, enabling the reader to delve further while providing the broadest and simplest overview possible. The autonomic systema nervosum consists of two major components: the sympathetic systema nervosum and therefore the parasympathetic systema nervosum. Major efferents of both the sympathetic and therefore the parasympathetic systema nervosum originate within the brain, travel within the anterolateral columns of the medulla spinalis (albeit each at different levels), and use acetylcholine (ACh) because the neurotransmitter at the extent of the ganglion, but they utilize different neurotransmitters at the neuroeffector junction located within the target tissue. Specifically, efferent sympathetic fibers (which travel predominantly in thoracolumbar regions of the spinal cord) operate with norepinephrine because the neurotransmitter at the effector junction. Parasympathetic efferents (which travel predominantly in cervical and sacral regions of the spinal cord) utilize ACh because the neurotransmitter at both the ganglion and thus the neuroeffector junction.
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