Amlodipine Action Mechanism This is a calcium channel blocker that results in blocking of the transmembrane influx of calcium ions to the cardiac muscles and the smooth muscles of the blood vessels. Amlodipine acts as vasodilator of the peripheral arteries and mitigates the resistance of peripheral vascular tissue. As a result, the soaring blood ..
Atenolol Action Mechanism Atenolol initiates its anti-hypertensive activity by acting as a beta adrenergic receptor blocker. Hence, the competitive binding of this medicine results in inhibition of the sympathetic stimulation of neurotransmitters and vascular smooth muscles that act on the heart. As a result, this medication opposes the action ..
Plavix Action Mechanism Plavix is a dual action executioner as it causes platelet inhibition along with aiding in the blood thinning process. It initiates its action by impeding the aggregation of platelets, which is the key essential factor that results in the formation of a clot. This medicine achieves this action by irreversibly binding to the..