neuroregulator

neu·ro·reg·u·la·tor

(nū'rō-reg'yū-lā-tŏr),
A chemical factor that extends a modulatory effect on a neuron.

neu·ro·reg·u·la·tor

(nūr'ō-reg'yū-lā-tŏr)
A chemical factor that exerts a modulatory effect on a neuron.

neu·ro·reg·u·la·tor

(nūr'ō-reg'yū-lā-tŏr)
Chemical factor with a modulatory effect on neurons.
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Serious adverse events reported in the clinical study included nausea, pain at the neuroregulator site, vomiting, as well as surgical complications.
Serious adverse events in the ReCharge study were nausea, pain at the neuroregulator site, vomiting, and surgical complications; other adverse events were heartburn, problems swallowing, belching, mild nausea, and chest pain, the FDA noted.
A total of 162 had the device implanted and 77 had a nonfunctional neuroregulator implanted.
Search terms used in various combinations were "reflexology, blood, urine, saliva, plasma, electrolyte, hormone, neurotransmitter, neuroregulator, immune response, lymph, lymphatic system, respiratory function, respiratory function tests, blood pressure, heart rate, foetal heart rate, fetal heart rate and endorphin".
These leads were connected to a subcutaneously implanted, rechargeable neuroregulator as previously described [11, 12].
The regulatory approval was granted for the Maestro Implant Kit, which is comprised of a rechargeable neuroregulator, anterior and posterior leads and a clinician transmit coil, as well as the individual implantable rechargeable neuroregulator component, both of which were AIMD applications, the company said.
Similarly, the enzyme monoamine oxidase (MAO), a neuroregulator, and hormones in the brain, such as androgens and cortisol, are associated with a desire for varied and intense sensations and experiences.
Under stressful conditions, neurotransmitters and neuroregulators are released from the limbic system, stimulating the hypothalamus to release corticotropin-releasing hormone, which in turn stimulates the pituitary gland to release adrenocorticotropic hormone, which stimulates the adrenal cortex to release cortisol.
Neuroregulators and the reinforcement of smoking: Towards a biobehavioral explanation.
Behavioral neurochemistry: neuroregulators and behavioral states.