cardioinhibitory


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cardioinhibitory

 [kahr″de-o-in-hib´ĭ-tor-e]
restraining or inhibiting the heart movements.

car·di·o·in·hib·i·to·ry

(kar'dē-ō-in-hib'ĭ-tō-rē),
Arresting or slowing the action of the heart, either through effects on rate or muscle contraction.

cardioinhibitory

Retarding the heart's action.

car·di·o·in·hib·i·to·ry

(kahrdē-ō-in-hibi-tōr-ē)
Arresting or slowing cardiac action.
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Cardioinhibitory vasovagal affects the nerves that control heart rate and blood pressure, meaning her heart will stop and slow without treatment.
While arrhythmia shortly after chest tube thoracostomy should raise suspicion of direct or indirect irritation or trauma to intrathoracic structures, the contribution of cardioinhibitory signals from vasovagal response triggered pain should also be considered.
No patients showed a cardioinhibitory response in this study.
Carotid sinus compression by malignant masses has been previously described in the literature to produce both cardioinhibitory and vasodepressor responses [2-4].
There was a lower observed rate of overall neurocardiogenic syncope, and specifically, lower rates of a mixed and cardioinhibitory response in our black patients undergoing tilt-table testing.
The pathway continues from the ventral trigeminal nucleus through the short internuncial nerve fibers in the reticular formation in the brain stem to finally synapse on efferent premotor parasympathetic cardioinhibitory neurons in the nucleus ambiguous [2, 3].
Pacemakers cut the rate of fails in only the subgroup of patients who had cardioinhibitory carotid sinus hypersensitivity that induced sudden changes in heart rate and blood pressure, and they did not decrease the risk of falling in any patient group.
Opioids also enhance vagal cardioinhibitory activity, causing bradycardia and a reduction in sinus arrhythmia.
Type IIa: cardioinhibitory response without asystole.
Actions of putative cardioinhibitory substances on the in vivo decapod crustacean cardiovascular system.
Treatment of cardiovascular disorders is perceived to be beneficial by 76% of patients [17] and a small study suggests the insertion of permanent pacemakers prevents unexplained falls in cardioinhibitory carotid sinus hypersensitivity [24].
while, cardioinhibitory type response was (2.8%) but found in male gender only.