relaxant

relieves strains and tensions

relaxant

(L. relaxare to loosen) 1. lessening or reducing tension. 2. an agent that lessens tension.
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relaxant

(re-lak´sәnt) causing relaxation. an agent that causes relaxation. muscle relaxant an agent that specifically aids in reducing muscle tension.
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relaxant

[adj] - tending to relax or relieve muscular or nervous tension 2. [n] - a drug or treatment that relaxes and relieves tension
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Relaxant

• (n.) A medicine that relaxes; a laxative.
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relaxant

adjective tending to relax or relieve muscular or nervous tension; `a relaxant drug`
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Relaxant

Re·lax'ant noun [ Latin relaxans , present participle of relaxare .] (Medicine) A medicine that relaxes; a laxative.
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relaxant

1. Lessening or reducing tension. ... 2. <pharmacology> An agent that lessens tension. ... Origin: L. Relaxare = to loosen ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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relaxant

relaxant 1. A drug that reduces tension and strain, particularly in muscles. 2. Causing something such as a muscle to become less tense.
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Relaxant

Relaxant: Something that relaxes, relieves, reduces tension. For example, a muscle relaxant is often administered during abdominal surgery to relax the diaphragm and keep it from moving during the surgery.
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Relaxant

Tends to relax and relieve tension, especially muscular tension and produces relaxation.
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Relaxant

Tends to relax and relieve tension, especially muscular tension.
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relaxant

Type: Term Pronunciation: rē-lak′sănt Definitions: 1. Relaxing; causing relaxation; reducing tension, especially muscular tension. 2. An agent that reduces muscular tension or produces skeletal muscle paralysis, usually referred to as a muscle relaxant.
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