baroreflex

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bar·o·re·flex

(bar'ō-rē'fleks),
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

(băr′ō-rē′flĕks′)
n.
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

A vasomotor reflex which originates in the baroreceptors and responds to distension of the walls of great vessels of the head and neck to the commissural, dorsolateral and medial portions of the solitary tract nucleus of the brain stem.

bar·o·re·flex

(bar'ō-rē'fleks)
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.
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Mancia, "Evaluation of baroreceptor reflex by blood pressure monitoring in anaesthetized cats," American Journal of Physiology, vol.
"We now have evidence that brain ACE2 plays a critical role in baroreceptor reflex function and , consequently, in the prevention of hypertension," says Dr.
Prevention of the hyperdynamic cardiac contraction can trigger an abnormal baroreceptor reflex and block the efferent limb of the vagal response to counter the bradycardia and vasodepressor response.
(15) Propofol has been shown to decrease the baroreceptor reflex relating to blood pressure in human beings.
Together with the autonomic nervous system, the baroreceptor reflex is an important regulatory mechanism in the short term control of blood pressure and heart rate.