cardioselectivity car·di·o·se·lec·tiv·i·ty (kär’dē-ō-sĭ-lěk’tĭv’ĭ-tē, -sē’lěk-)
The relatively predominant cardiovascular effect of a drug that has many pharmacologic effects.
car’di·o·se·lec’tive (-sĭ-lěk’tĭv) adj.


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