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hypotensive

 [hi″po-ten´siv]
1. characterized by or causing diminished tension or pressure, as abnormally low blood pressure.
2. a person with abnormally low blood pressure.

hy·po·ten·sive

(hī'pō-ten'siv),
Characterized by low blood pressure or causing reduction in blood pressure.

hypotensive

(hī′pə-tĕn′sĭv)
adj.
1. Of or characterized by hypotension.
2. Causing a reduction in blood pressure: a hypotensive drug.
n.
A person with or susceptible to hypotension.

hy·po·ten·sive

(hī'pō-ten'siv)
Characterized by low blood pressure or causing reduction in blood pressure.

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They analyzed the dose-response curve of exercise in hypertensive subjects and observed that there were no significant changes from the 5th session to the 12, thus maintaining the same levels of the maximal hypotensive effect expressed as percentage (EHM%).
The remaining hypertensive and hypotensive categories contained 1015 (12%) and 636 (8%), respectively, as shown in Figure 3(b).
In our study, the ocular hypotensive response obtained was statistically significant for both groups, the treatment-naive group and the group of POAG patients with previous maximum tolerable treatment.
It was found to be useful in low resource settings in stabilizing a bleeding and severely hypotensive woman, till blood and products were made available or transfer to a better equipped centre for replacement with blood and blood products.
Controlled hypotensive anaesthesia with dexmedetomidine for functional endoscopic sinus surgery: a prospective double blind randomized study.
In the same patients with HFRS, the western blot results showed that the levels of LMW plus ALB-LMW APN, MMW APN, and HMW APN in the plasma of the patients with HFRS were all elevated in the acute phase (febrile, hypotensive, or oliguric stage) compared with those in the normal controls and then further increased in the convalescent phase.
After administration of these drugs, extract administration occurred, and no alterations to blood pressure were detected; this may mean that the hypotensive action of the extract can be implicated in the AT1R mechanism and sympathetic ganglionic blockade.
Spaite and his associates in their analysis of the EPIC-TBI data was to drill down into each patient's hypotensive event, made possible by the 16,711 patients enrolled in EPIC-TBI.
Aim of the study: Evaluate the possible mechanisms involved in the prolonged diuretic activity of ethanol soluble fraction obtained from Echinodorus grandiflorus (ES-EG) and to assess its relationship with hypotensive and antihypertensive activity using normotensive rats and those with renovascular hypertension (2K1C).
The patient was hypotensive, tachycardic, hypovolemic, and possibly still bleeding.
The progression of charge for 18 resistance training sessions not potentiates their hypotensive effect in elderly medicated