beta-adrenergic


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be·ta-ad·re·ner·gic

 (bā′tə-ăd′rə-nûr′jĭk, bē′-)
adj.
Of, relating to, stimulating, or being a beta-receptor: a beta-adrenergic agent.

be•ta-ad•ren•er•gic

(ˈbeɪ təˌæd rəˈnɜr dʒɪk; esp. Brit. ˈbi-)

adj.
of or pertaining to a beta receptor.
[1965–70]
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In the United States, no drugs are approved for acute treatment of PTL and recommended off-label tocolytic treatments (medications that inhibit labor) include beta-adrenergic receptor agonists, calcium channel blockers, or NSAIDs, which are used for short-term prolongation of pregnancy (up to 48 hours) to allow for the administration of antenatal steroids (e.g.
Epinephrine is responsible for stimulating both alpha and beta-adrenergic systems.
Beta blockers are a class of medicines that block the effect of beta-adrenergic substances, such as adrenaline (epinephrine), that play a key role in the sympathetic portion of the involuntary nervous system.
Beta-adrenergic receptors in skeletal muscles of ruminants: effects of temperature and feed intake.
Evaluation of the efficacy of Grofactor, a beta-adrenergic agonist based on zilpaterol hydrochloride, using feedlot finishing bulls.
Skeletal muscle beta-adrenergic receptors: variations due to fiber type and training.
Impaired memory consolidation in rats produced with beta-adrenergic blockade.
And numerous stimuli, such as insulin, exercise, and beta-adrenergic signals, induce NR4A1 expression in skeletal muscle [80-82].
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Many different agents are available to inhibit uterine contractions including calcium channel blockers, magnesium sulfate, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, beta-adrenergic receptor agonists, and oxytocin antagonists.
Then, thyrotoxicosis was diagnosed, and the dialysis was strengthened to eliminate the excessive thyroid hormones, and dexamethasone and [sz]-adrenergic antagonist propranolol were administered to inhibit the thyroid function and control beta-adrenergic activity.