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Relating to or marked by vagotonia.


(va?go-to'ne-a) [? + Gr. tonos, tension]
Hyperirritability of the parasympathetic nervous system. See: sympatheticotoniavagotonic, adjective
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Motion sickness (sea-sickness) is being defined as a neuro-vegetative syndrome with a reflex origin, especially vagotonic that has the source in the vestibular apparatus.
Although digoxin has prominent vagotonic effects, it is not very effective in decreasing the heart rate in the presence of enhanced sympathetic drive.
Anti-recurrence treatment of patients with polyposis rhinosinusitis in initial vagotonic type of the vegetative tonus.
The ECG manifestations of Brugada syndrome, when concealed can be unmasked primarily by sodium channel blocker administration but also during a febrile state or with vagotonic agents.