Vasoactive

A vasoactive is a pharmaceutical agent that has the effect of either increasing or decreasing blood pressure and/or heart rate. Typically used in a setting where a patient has the blood pressure and heart rate monitored constantly, vasoactive drug therapy is typically `titrated` to achieve a desired effect or range of values as determined by com.....
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vasoactive

(va″zo-) (vas″o-akĀ“tiv) exerting an effect upon the caliber of blood vessels.
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vasoactive

Describes something that causes the blood vessels to constrict (get narrower) or dilate (get wider).
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vasoactive

exerting an effect upon the calibre of blood vessels.
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vasoactive

Exerting an effect upon the calibre of blood vessels. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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vasoactive

Type: Term Pronunciation: vā′sō-ak′tiv, vas-ō- Definitions: 1. Influencing the tone and caliber of blood vessels.
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