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hy·po·gly·ce·mic

 (hī′pō-glī-sē′mĭk)
adj.
1. Of or relating to hypoglycemia.
2. Lowering the concentration of glucose in the blood: a hypoglycemic drug.
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Adj.1.hypoglycemic - of or relating to hypoglycemia; "hypoglycemic agents"
Translations

hy·po·gly·ce·mic

a. hipoglicémico-a, hipoglucémico-a, que produce o tiene relación con la hipoglicemia;
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hypoglycemic

adj (pertaining to hypoglycemia) hipoglucémico, (causing hypoglycemia) hipoglucemiante; — coma coma hipoglucémico; — effect efecto hipoglucemiante; oral — agent hipoglucemiante m oral
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