a synthetic beta blocker, C 14 H 22 N 2 O 3 , used in the management of hypertension, angina pectoris, and cardiac arrhythmias and, topically, in the treatment of glaucoma.
The first was atenolol, a drug most commonly prescribed to treat high blood pressure.
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atenolol a·ten·o·lol (ə-těn’ə-lôl’, -lōl’)
A beta-blocking agent used primarily in the treatment of angina pectoris and hypertension.
noun a fear of ruin, ruins Word Origin Greek Ate ‘goddess of rash destructive deeds’
ater shut; lame. (1.) Ezra 2:16. (2.) Neh. 10:17. (3.) Ezra 2:42. Historical Examples Of T. muticus, whose geographic range is removed from that of ater, there are two subspecies. North American Recent Soft-shelled Turtles (Family Trionychidae) Robert G. Webb ater while he run his han’ up under huh dress and old marster jumped up […]
of or indicating a Middle Paleolithic industry of northwestern Africa and the Sahara, characterized by the production of tanged points and bifacially worked leaf-shaped points of varying sizes.
an ancient Greek goddess personifying the fatal blindness or recklessness that produces crime and the divine punishment that follows it. Historical Examples “I ‘ates them as gives themselves airs in other people’s ‘ouses,” had been Sims’ verdict on the nurse. I Walked in Arden Jack Crawford The Gardener: “‘Cause I ‘ates the sight of the […]