dromotropic


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dromotropic

 [dro″mo-trop´ik]
affecting conductivity of a nerve fiber.

dromotropic

/drom·o·tro·pic/ (-tro´pik) affecting conductivity of a nerve fiber.

dromotropic

an agent that influences the conduction of electrical impulses. A positive dromotropic agent enhances the conduction of electrical impulses to the heart.

dro·mo·tro·pic

(drom'ō-trō'pik)
Influencing the velocity of conduction of excitation, as in nerve or cardiac muscle fibers.
[G. dromos, a running, + tropē, a turn]

dromotropic

pertaining to dromotropy.
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