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Alpha and Beta Blockers

Alpha and beta blockers block alpha 1, beta 1 and beta 2 receptors, while act as partial agonist at beta 2 receptors, causing decrease in TPR.

Examples include Labetolol and Carvidolol

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Adverse effects

Adverse effects include hypotension, weakness and headache.

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