[hahy-poh-al-er-jen-ik] /ˌhaɪ poʊˌæl ərˈdʒɛn ɪk/
designed to reduce or minimize the possibility of an allergic response, as by containing relatively few or no potentially irritating substances:
(of cosmetics, earrings, etc) not likely to cause an allergic reaction
1950, from hypo- + allergen + -ic.
hypoallergenic hy·po·al·ler·gen·ic (hī’pō-āl’ər-jěn’ĭk)
Having a decreased tendency to provoke an allergic reaction.
hypoazoturia hy·po·az·o·tu·ri·a (hī’pō-āz’ə-tur’ē-ə, -tyur’-) n. The excretion of abnormally small quantities of nonprotein nitrogenous material, especially urea, in the urine.
[hahy-puh-bar-ik] /ˌhaɪ pəˈbær ɪk/ adjective, Medicine/Medical. 1. (of an anesthetic) having a specific gravity lower than that of cerebrospinal fluid. Compare (def 1). hypobaric hy·po·bar·ic (hī’pə-bār’ĭk) adj. hypobaric (hī’pə-bār’ĭk) Relating to conditions of low air pressure and low oxygen content, such as atmospheric conditions at high altitudes, or in special chambers used to establish low-pressure […]
hypobarism hy·po·bar·ism (hī’pə-bār’ĭz’əm) n. Dysbarism resulting from greater gas pressure within the body than in the surrounding medium, so that gas in body cavities tends to expand and gases dissolved in body fluids tend to come out of solution as bubbles.
[hahy-poh-buh-rop-uh-thee] /ˌhaɪ poʊ bəˈrɒp ə θi/ noun, Pathology. 1. a condition produced in high altitudes, caused by diminished air pressure and reduced oxygen intake; mountain sickness. hypobaropathy hy·po·ba·rop·a·thy (hī’pō-bə-rŏp’ə-thē) n. Sickness produced by reduced barometric pressure.