vagomimetic

vagomimetic

 [va″go-mi-met´ik]
having an effect resembling that produced by stimulation of the vagus nerve.

va·go·mi·met·ic

(vā'gō-mi-met'ik),
Mimicking the action of the efferent fibers of the vagus nerve.

vagomimetic

/va·go·mi·met·ic/ (-mi-met´ik) having an effect resembling that produced by stimulation of the vagus nerve.

va·go·mi·met·ic

(vā'gō-mi-met'ik)
Mimicking the action of the efferent fibers of the vagus nerve.

va·go·mi·met·ic

(vā'gō-mi-met'ik)
Mimicking action of efferent fibers of vagus nerve.

vagomimetic (vā´gōməmet´ik),

adj pertaining to a drug with actions similar to those produced by stimulation of the vagus nerve.

vagomimetic

having an effect resembling that produced by stimulation of the vagus nerve.
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Because of its sympatholytic and vagomimetic actions, dexmedetomidine is approved with a warning about hypotension, bradycardia and sinus arrest and can be used only in a monitored situation.