Calcium Channel Blockers made Simple Updated on January 30, 2015 By Pressure Guy 25 Comments I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (youtube.com/editor) Video Rating: 4 / 5 By Pressure Guy 25 Comments Qubais Alalwash January 30, 2015 thank u very much ,,for me was very very very very useful )) big big kisses for u Min Htut January 30, 2015 very very useful, pls tell us some more about antihypertensives Van Phan January 30, 2015 Thanks so much ! It’s very helpful and easy to remember. RaviRaja Muddana January 30, 2015 Thank you so Much…Cleared my doubts regarding this topic…Plz do 1 on anasthetics.Plz Jose Lopez January 30, 2015 could you do a video on drug interaction with each others and why it occurs the way it does, example is phenegran which potentiates the effects of morphine GURUDATTA AMIN January 30, 2015 THANKS MAM , IT WAS INFORMATIVE AND INTERESTING Rosha Paudel January 31, 2015 Thank you,,it was very helpful :)) Mhavie Mejia January 31, 2015 thank you so much! I am a pharma student and this one is very helpful. Dr. Tarek Rafei January 31, 2015 Thank you! Carla Alessandra Apezzato January 31, 2015 I’m an IMG studying for step 1. This was very helpful. Thank you for your videos. michael ray January 31, 2015 Thank you so much. Very helpful. Suneetha Yeddanapudi January 31, 2015 This is really very useful! Thanks a ton! Can you please make a video on Dihydropyridines.. if possible. Sharon Newton January 31, 2015 Hello, This was very helpful. When you wrote that prolonged use of verapamil can cause “afib” and death…did you mean ventricular fibrillation? Sharon jghadiali1 January 31, 2015 thanks a lot for your video — I’m currently a MSII and I found it very helpful. Ishika Patel January 31, 2015 Really Good..Thank you Roshanrahim2000 January 31, 2015 Very informative. Thank you skaai January 31, 2015 thank you. I was unclear about whether T or L type calcium channels do what where, but I will seek out your other videos as you say they explain this. As an aside, you should try labeling your images (like the APs)… though it might seem obvious, some of us dummies forgot which one belonged to what, so a little label keeps us from stopping the video to go wikipedia the answer… nevertheless, excellent and concise, thanks! angsaputihgemuk January 31, 2015 thx for those great videos. helps a lot Clement Tan January 31, 2015 Hey! Great video! Excellent for revision. It could be shorter though but no complains this is good thumbs up. And at 7:03, should it be K+ leaving via K+ channels to repolarise the pacemaker cells ? iraq January 31, 2015 please prolonge use of verapimil cause sudden death due to ventricular fibrillation or atrial fibrillation thank you very much Tarini Veerappan January 31, 2015 its really good…thnk u ..!! AHMAD KINANI January 31, 2015 It is wonderful thanks student4ever January 31, 2015 @10:00-10::33 you say when Ca gets trapped in side the Pacemaker and Ventricular cell it lead to contraction and so prolong use of Verapamil would cause ventricular contraction, but then you end up saying Atrial fib??? Envoy's Corridor January 31, 2015 Awesome, thanks! I kept forgetting which CCBs are DHP and non-DHP, then had a *facepalm* moment when you mentioned the ‘-dipine’ suffix. Oh jeez… mackasmatt05 January 31, 2015 This is a brilliant video, thank Comments are closed.