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It seems like ANS in Pharma is very confusing.
Can't seem to get the hang of the reflexes and the tracers with the control and the 4 experiments.
Any suggestions ?
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yes ANS is very confusing. i recently did. try rewriting functions of adrenergic and cholinergic receptors so it gets engraved into your brain. thats the difficuilt part. Only after that you can understand the effect of catecholamines which work on multiple receptors.
rewrite rewrite rewrite until you know them well!

that what worked for me!!
also you can revise under pharmacolgy section of first aid.
its difficuilt to grasp them with one read only
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