NCLEX Review: Calcium Channel Blockers
Calcium channel blockers are a class of cardiovascular drugs that are used to block calcium from entering the cells of heart and blood vessel muscles. In this NCLEX exam video, we answer the following questions: What is the relationship between calcium and blood pressure? What do calcium channel blockers decrease? What do calcium channel blockers treat? How do you treat angina, hypertension, and tachyarrhythmia with calcium channel blockers? What are the three classes of calcium channel blockers, and what are their primary uses? What are the side effects? Join us here to get the answers to these questions and more before you take your NCLEX test.
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Last updated: 07/17/2018