Medical Definition of Adrenergic blocking agent

1. A compound that selectively blocks or inhibits responses to sympathetic adrenergic nerve activity (sympatholytic agent) and to epinephrine, norepinephrine, and other adrenergic amines (adrenolytic agent); two distinct classes exist, alpha-and beta-adrenergic receptor blocking agent's. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adrenergic Blocking Agent

adrenally
adrenalone
adrenalopathy
adrenals
adrenergic
adrenergic agents
adrenergic agonists
adrenergic alpha-agonists
adrenergic alpha-antagonists
adrenergic amine
adrenergic antagonists
adrenergic beta-agonists
adrenergic beta-antagonists
adrenergic blockade
adrenergic blocking agent (current term)
adrenergic bronchodilator
adrenergic drug
adrenergic fibres
adrenergic neuronal blocking agent
adrenergic receptor
adrenergic receptors
adrenergic uptake inhibitors
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adrenic
adrenic acid
adreno-
adreno-cortical
adrenoceptive
adrenoceptor

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