Sympathomimetic

A substance that mimics at least part of adrenalin or catecholamine responses. The term is a little biased towards the minority of sympathetic functions that are adrenergic.
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sympathomimetic

(sim″pә-tho-mi-met´ik) producing effects resembling those of impulses transmitted by the postganglionic fibers of the sympathetic nervous system. See also adrenergic. an agent that produces such an effect.
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sympathomimetic

(sympathetic + Gr. mimtikos imitative) 1. mimicking the effects of impulses conveyed by adrenergic postganglionic fibres of the sympathetic nervous system. 2. an agent that produces effects similar to those of impulses conveyed by adrenergic postganglionic fibres of the sympathetic nervous system. Called also adrenergic.
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sympathomimetic

1. <physiology> The mimicking the effects of impulses conveyed by adrenergic postganglionic fibres of the sympathetic nervous system. ... 2. <pharmacology> An agent that produces effects similar to those of impulses conveyed by adrenergic postganglionic fibres of the sympathetic nervous system. Usually refers to drugs that mimic the eff...
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sympathomimetic

adrenergic
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sympathomimetic

sympathomimetic 1. A description of a drug that stimulates the sympathetic nervous system or produces physiological effects similar to it. 2. Producing effects resembling those of impulses transmitted by the postganglionic fibers of the sympathetic nervous system.
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sympathomimetic

Type: Term Pronunciation: sim′pă-thō-mi-met′ik Definitions: 1. Denoting mimicking of action of the sympathetic system.
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