cardioactive

cardioactive

 [kahr″de-o-ak´tiv]
having an effect on the heart.

car·di·o·ac·tive

(kar'dē-ō-ak'tiv),
Influencing the heart.

car·di·o·ac·tive

(kahr'dē-ō-ak'tiv)
Influencing the heart.

cardioactive

Having an effect on the heart.

cardioactive

having an effect on the heart.
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The first applications of the bioreactor will be to evaluate the efficacy and toxicity of cardioactive drugs on human ventricular cardiac organoid chambers (hvCOC), a part of Novoheart's MyHeart Platform.
Dobutamine: a new synthetic cardioactive sympathetic amine.
The plant contains cardioactive glycosides and flavanoid glycosides, which means that it increases the force of the heart, regulates the beat for distension of the ventricles, increases size and strength of the pulse, slows down a rapid feeble pulse, eliminates fluid retained in the tissue (oedema) and acts as a cardio and gastric tonic.
Chemical constituents: Carissone, carindone, carinol and four crystalline substances, viz: A, B, a cardioactive and B-Sitosterol, Caffeic acid, odoroside B,C,G and H and evomonoside (Prajapati et al.
Additionally we could not record prior medication history and recent administration of any cardioactive medications was not controlled for.
A number of herbs contain potent cardioactive glycosides, which have positive inotropic actions on the heart.
Ecdysis of decapod crustaceans is associate with a dramatic release of crustacean cardioactive peptide into the haemolymph.
Detection of digoxin, digitoxin, their cardioactive metabolites and derivatives by high-performance liquid chromatography and high-performance liquid chromatography-radioimmunoassay.
Reiter, Cardioactive Steroid Saponins and Other Constituents From the Aerial Parts of Tribulus Cistoides.
Factors that influence electrical conduction through the bundle of Kent include cardioactive medications, physiological stress, circulating catecholamines, coronary ischemia, and aging.
Genetic transformation of foxglove (Digitalis purpurea) by chimeric foreign genes and production of cardioactive glycosides.
It is also effectively used in diarrhoea, dysentery, heart palpitations and asthmatic complications and has been found to be cardioactive and antibacterial from ancient time (Singanan et al.