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Histamine pharmacology
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Histamine pharmacology

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  • Red spot a localized red spot extending for a few millimeters around the site of injection that appears within a few seconds and reaches a maximum in 1 minute

    a wheal that is discernible in 1-2 minutes and occupies the same area as the original small red spot at the injection site.-exudation of fluid from capillaries

    a brighter red "flare," extending 1 cm beyond the original red spot and developing more slowly
  • H1, H2, and H3 receptors are distributed widely but non-uniformly in the CNS
  • Urticaria, are an outbreak of swollen, pale red bumps, patches on the skin that appear suddenly –

    Angioedema-is the rapid swelling (edema) of the dermis, subcutaneous tissue,[1] mucosa and submucosal tissues.
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    • 1. Histamine Histidine Histamine histidine decarboxylase
    • 2. Non–mast cell sites epidermis, gastric mucosa, neurons within the CNS granules of MAST cells
    • 3. mediator of allergy, inflammation, gastric acid secretion
    • 4. Histamine receptors GPCRs H1 receptor -IP3 ,DAG ↑ -bronchoconstriction -Vasodilation via NO -Brain , Ganglia
    • 5. H2 receptor ↑cAMP Acid secretion Vasodilation Brain , Heart H3 – cAMP↓ presynaptic in Brain - ↓histamine release H4
    • 6. Histamine Blood vessels H1 – vasodilation -via release of NO from endothelium–short lasting H2 –vascular smooth muscles -vasodilation –sustained
    • 7. Intradermal histamine –triple response of Lewis Red spot , Wheal , Flare Increase capillary permeability Itching
    • 8. Histamine H1 - smooth muscle contraction Bronchoconstriction CNS – histamine as neurotransmitter H1 - ↓appetite , ↑wakefulness H2 - gastric gland –acid secretion
    • 9. Histamine -Role in Allergic responses Immediate hypersensitivity reaction - IgE Mast cell Antigen IgE Histamine release Urticaria Angioedema Anaphylactic shock
    • 10. UrticariaAngioedema
    • 11. Histamine Synthesis Storage Receptors – H1 ,2 ,3 ,4 Blood vessels , Triple response Acid secretion Allergic responses
    • 12. H1 receptor antagonists 1st generation -sedation - antichollinergic property 2nd generation -absence of sedation -devoid of antichollinergic effects
    • 13. 1st generation H1 antagonists Highly sedative Promethazine , Dimenhydrinate Moderately sedative Pheniramine , Meclizine Mild sedative Chlorpheniramine , Clemastine
    • 14. H1 receptor antagonists ACTIONS Antagonism of Histamine effects Like bronchoconstriction , triple response , itching → blocked Antiallergic action Control of urticaria , itching , angioedema
    • 15. H1 receptor antagonists ACTIONS Anticholinergic effects High – Promethazine , Dimenhydrinate , Pheniramine CNS depression – 1st generation
    • 16. H1 receptor antagonists Adverse effects Sedation ,↓alertness Motor incoordination Tendency to fall sleep
    • 17. Anticholinergic Blurred vision Constipation Dry mouth Urinary retention ABCD & U
    • 18. H1 receptor antagonists 2nd generation Minimal sedation No anticholinergic effects Additional antiallergic mechanisms Fexofenadine Loratidine Cetrizine Ebastine Rupatidine Use Allergic rhinitis & conjunctivitis , Urticaria
    • 19. H1 receptor antagonists USES Allergic disorders Urticaria , Angioedema , Conjunctivitis , Rhinitis supportive in anaphylactic shock Itching (Pruritus) Chlorpheniramine Diphenhydramine Common Cold
    • 20. H1 receptor antagonists USES Motion sickness Promethazine , Diphenhydramine , Meclizine Morning sickness (vomiting of early pregnancy) Doxylamine , Meclizine
    • 21. Vertigo Cinnarizine– H1 antihistaminic , anticholinergic ,anti 5-HT vasodilator Dimenhydrinate , Promethazine H1 receptor antagonists USES
    • 22. Parkinsonism Promethazine - anticholinergic effect H1 receptor antagonists USES Cough suppression Chlorpheniramine , Diphenhydramine
    • 23. Let’s revise H1 receptor antagonists 1st , 2nd generations Difference Adverse effects -sedation Uses - many
    • 24. Today's question Terfinadine , Astemizole –Antihistaminics Banned – WHY ???

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