vagolytic


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vagolytic

 [va″go-lit´ik]
1. pertaining to or caused by vagolysis.
2. having an effect like that produced by interruption of impulses transmitted by the vagus nerve; see also parasympatholytic.

va·go·lyt·ic

(vā'gō-lit'ik),
1. Pertaining to or causing vagolysis.
2. A therapeutic or chemical agent that has inhibitory effects on the vagus nerve.
3. Denoting an agent having such effects.

vagolytic

/va·go·lyt·ic/ (va″go-lit´ik)
1. pertaining to or caused by vagolysis.
2. having an effect resembling that produced by interruption of impulses transmitted by the vagus nerve.

va·go·lyt·ic

(vā'gō-lit'ik)
1. Pertaining to or causing vagolysis.
2. A therapeutic or chemical agent that has inhibitory effects on the vagus nerve.
3. Denoting an agent having such effects.

va·go·lyt·ic

(vā'gō-lit'ik)
1. Pertaining to or causing vagolysis.
2. A therapeutic or chemical agent that has inhibitory effects on the vagus nerve.
3. Denoting an agent having such effects.

vagolytic

having an effect resembling that produced by interruption of impulses transmitted by the vagus nerve; parasympatholytic.

vagolytic agents
includes atropine sulfate, glycopyrrolate, propantheline, isopropamide.
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