adrenergic adrenergic


  1. (n) drug that has the effects of epinephrine
  2. (adj) relating to epinephrine (its release or action)


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  1. More specifically, the drugs block the so-called beta-adrenergic receptors--molecules, found in muscles, that respond to surges of adrenaline.
  2. Alpha-adrenergic agents, originally used to treat high blood pressure, have been effective in reducing ADHD symptoms in some children.


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