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anonymous

  • one year ago

Some people need to use albuterol inhalers to overcome asthma attacks, but albuterol can also cause a side effect of rapid heart rate. Is the drug acting as an agonist or an antagonist when it binds to adrenergic receptors, and how does it have its primary effect in the lungs and secondary effect in on the heart? As always, I want your answer to demonstrate deep understanding and careful preparation.

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    @Rushwr

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    no you didn't give an answer lol. yeah sure

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    i need it by Wednesday

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    thank you !

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