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Cardiac 20 NCLEX-200-Alpha Adrenergic Blocker- It is used for hypertension but more common for patients with BPH problems. From My NCLEX 200 Book Nursing Study Sheets, Nursing KAMP Prazosin Doxasin Terazosin_1_A-Blockers_Cardiac MEDS_StickEnotes nursingkamp.com

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Antihypertensives 2 There are many classes of antihypertensives, which lower blood pressure by different means; among the most important and most widely used are the thiazide diuretics, the ACE inhibitors, the calcium channel blockers, the beta blockers, and the angiotensin II receptor antagonists or ARBs.

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