Marey law


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Ma·rey law

(mah-rā'),
the pulse rate varies inversely with the blood pressure; that is, the pulse is slow when the pressure is high; an expression of baroreceptor reflex influences on heart rate.

Ma·rey law

(mah-rā' law)
The pulse rate varies inversely with the blood pressure; i.e., the pulse is slow when the pressure is high; an expression of baroreceptor reflex influences on heart rate.

Marey law

(mă-rā′)
[Etienne-Jules Marey, Fr. physiologist, 1830–1904]
A law stating that the heart rate varies inversely with arterial blood pressure (i.e., a rise or fall in arterial blood pressure brings about, respectively, a slowing or speeding up of heart rate).

Marey,

Étienne Jules, French physiologist, 1830-1904.
Marey law - the pulse rate varies inversely with the blood pressure.