Last reviewed 01/2018
These drugs inhibit the transport of calcium into cells via the L-type calcium channel.
A major effect is to cause the relaxation of the vascular smooth muscle in small arterioles resulting in reduced peripheral vascular resistance.
They also promote the dilatation of coronary arteries.
types of calcium channel blockers
general side effects of calcium channel blockers
migraine and calcium antagonists
calcium antagonist in hypertension
calcium channel blockers in angina
calcium channel blocker poisoning
nimodipine in treatment of vasospasm in SAH
calcium channel blockers and the kidney