vagovagal

vagovagal

 [va″go-va´gal]
arising as a result of afferent and efferent impulses mediated through the vagus nerve.

va·go·va·gal

(vā'gō-vā'găl),
Pertaining to a process that uses both afferent and efferent vagal fibers.

va·go·va·gal

(vā'gō-vā'găl)
Pertaining to a process that uses both afferent and efferent vagal nerve fibers.

va·go·va·gal

(vā'gō-vā'găl)
Pertaining to a process that uses both afferent and efferent vagal fibers.
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The limited mortality rate in the moderate group was caused by imminent cardiorespiratory arrest most probably due to vagovagal reflex activation as previously posited.[13] Similarly, the mortality and injury of mice increased with the increased pressure.[32]
This phenomenon has been linked to improvements in glucose homeostasis via a vagovagal glucose-sensing arc that stimulates insulin secretion (5).
Pritchard, "Vagovagal syncope--report of a case associated with diffuse esophageal spasm," New England Journal of Medicine, vol.
Los agentes preanestesicos son importantes en las cirugias porque reducen la cantidad de anestesia general requerida, la salivacion, la motilidad gastrica e intestinal, la algesia posquirurgica y bloquean el reflejo vagovagal impidiendo la bradicardia (Muir, et al 2001).
The mechanism of delayed gastric emptying is likely to involve long vagovagal reflexes.