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    any one can explain the diffrence between inotropic &chronotropic agents ? negative & positive ? with examples please

    thanks in advance

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    hi,
    inotropic means the drug which affects the rate of contraction and chronotropic means the drug which affects the force of contraction. the meaning of positive and negative mean increase and decrease accordingly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colu View Post
    hi,
    inotropic means the drug which affects the rate of contraction and chronotropic means the drug which affects the force of contraction. the meaning of positive and negative mean increase and decrease accordingly.
    sorry colu , you got them inversed.
    CHRONO is related with time which means in our exemple rate of contraction.
    Inotropic. has a relation with the force or strengh of contration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colu View Post
    hi,
    inotropic means the drug which affects the rate of contraction and chronotropic means the drug which affects the force of contraction. the meaning of positive and negative mean increase and decrease accordingly.
    thank u colu for the fast reply .. do u have any examples for each ?
    thanks khadija for the correction

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