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.

vagovagal

/va·go·va·gal/ (-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 nerve fibers.

va·go·va·gal

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

vagovagal

arising as a result of afferent and efferent impulses mediated through the vagus nerve.
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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).
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