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  • adj. Of, pertaining to, or functioning as a vasodilator


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  • In a patient with edema, we can of course opt to simply provide symptomatic treatment by restricting salt and water intake, but my guess is that most experienced clinicians will likely make an effort to understand whether the fluid retention is a result of abnormal cardiac function, renal failure, venous or lymphatic stasis, vasodilatory drugs or a list of other possible causes of fluid retention.

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  • During this period, she published papers based on her routine work of biological standardization, but also — more significantly — some which described experiments on vasodilatory fibres in various animal species.

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  • (Studies of coronary vasodilatory reserve are done only in research settings.)


  • Previous studies indicate that flavonoids have beneficial effects for health due to their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, cardioprotective, vasodilatory and anti-carcinogenic properties, making it of special interest in the prevention of chronic illnesses, such as cardiovascular illnesses, and some types of cancer. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Howe DC, Nijland MJ, Nathanielsz PW (2003) Prenatal dexamethasone leads to both endothelial dysfunction and vasodilatory compensation in sheep.

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  • Mila ™ has vasodilatory effect by increasing the size of the arteries and thereby lowering blood pressure.

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  • Ginkgo biloba is cardioprotective, in part, through its vasodilatory and antihypertensive properties.

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  • With 64 ingredients strategically infused into seven proprietary blends, N.O. Plasmacore targets and shocks your anabolic, vasodilatory and neurological systems, ingniting a level of training intensity you're never experienced before.

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  • In research published by Cardioxyl's scientific founders from Johns Hopkins University, nitroxyl was shown to have positive vasodilatory and direct myocardial effects.

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  • The vasodilatory responses were not altered in the presence of L-NAME (0.1 mM) or atropine (1.0 muM) and removal of endothelium.

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