hypotensive

[hahy-poh-ten-siv]
noun
  1. a hypotensive person or agent.

Origin of hypotensive

First recorded in 1900–05; hypotens(ion) + -ive
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hypotensive in Medicine

hypotensive

[hī′pə-tĕnsĭv]
adj.
  1. Of or characterized by low blood pressure.
  2. Causing a reduction in blood pressure.
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