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vasodepressor

[ vas-oh-di-pres-er, vey-zoh- ]
/ ˌvæs oʊ dɪˈprɛs ər, ˌveɪ zoʊ- /
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adjective, noun Physiology, Pharmacology.
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Origin of vasodepressor

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Medical definitions for vasodepressor

vasodepressor
[ vā′zō-dĭ-prĕsər ]

n.
An agent that lowers blood pressure through reduction in peripheral resistance.
adj.
Producing vasodepression.
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