Pharmacology of veins

 

Veins are important in pharmacology for they absorb drugs from all areas of administration, whether they be from the mouth-per oral (which goes to portal vein) or intrasmuscular injection (which goes to venous drainage of the area) and of course intravenous injection.


Artery and vein explanatory video

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Nerve ending on a muscle fiber in artery/arteriole. Nerve impulse releases
transmitters which act on receptors on muscle fibers. Such receptors can
 be blocked by antagonist drugs.
 

 

 

 

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