What is blockade?

Blockade are:

  • - 1. Intravenous injection of harmless material, such as colloidal dyes, to render the reticuloendothelial cells temporarily functionless
  • - 2. Obstruction of nerve impulse transmission by a drug.

adrenergic b. Inhibition by a drug of the responses of effector cells to adrenergic
sympathetic nerve impulses, and to adrenaline.
cholinergic b. Interruption by a drug of nerve impulse transmission at autonomic
ganglionic synapses, at myoneural junctions, and at postganglionic parasympathetic effector cells.
ganglionic b. Interruption by a drug of nerve impulse transmission at autonomic
ganglionic synapses.

A blockade is the act of actively preventing a country or region from receiving or sending out food, supplies, weapons, or communications, and sometimes people, by military force.
A blockade differs from an embargo or sanction, which are legal…

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