The use of nitroglycerin is based on the theory that seizures are caused by anmia due to vasomotor constriction.
Decreased diastolic pressure goes hand in hand with vasomotor relaxation, as in fevers, etc.
The drug lowers arterial tension by depressing the vasomotor centres and the heart itself.
"It's essential," he said, and went on with something about the radio-activity of the brain, and the vasomotor centers.
vasomotor fibers carry the impulse to the muscular tissue in the blood vessels, which regulates their caliber.
(c) The stimulating effect of cold douches is often very evident in improving the vasomotor tone.
Therefore it is properly a direct respiratory, cardiac and vasomotor stimulant and indirectly a stimulator of all vital processes.
The manner in which the mind affects the vasomotor system may be conceived in the following manner.
The gradual return of the pressure picture means that the vasomotor mechanism has acted to keep up the pulse pressure.
Uricsol quickly controls vasomotor Rhinitis and eliminates such conditions from the system.
vasomotor va·so·mo·tor (vā'zō-mō'tər)
Causing or regulating dilation or constriction of the blood vessels. Also called angiokinetic.